Samsung's Galaxy Note9 teardown shows off built-in water carbon cooling system

Samsung announced the Galaxy Note9 yesterday, and despite its specifications being more or less as were expected, there are a lot of things the company has improved when it comes to the construction, in order to offer a better experience for consumers. A new teardown shows off the internals of the Galaxy Note9 - most notably its built-in water carbon cooling system.

Although there are a lot of other interesting internal images as well, one of the most interesting components of the interior has to be the built-in water carbon cooling system. Samsung proudly advertises this portion in some of its advertising, stating that the new cooling mechanism protects the processor on the Galaxy Note9 against overheating and also allows it to run at peak for longer periods of time. You can also catch a glimpse of the larger 4,000mAh battery.

If you want to see the Galaxy Note9 in all its deconstructed glory, be sure to head to the website in the source. If you want to have a more traditional look, be sure to read Rich Woods' hands-on of the phone and the Galaxy Watch from the Unpacked event.

Source: Hi-Tech via Phone Arena

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