The Oppo N3 is starting to get more and more time under the spotlight, as earlier this week a series of alleged leaked renders appeared to have shed more light on the smartphone’s design. Evidently, numerous Oppo enthusiasts are very curious about how the N1 sequel will look like, given that the original model features a unique, rotating camera that can be used as both a primary and a secondary shooter.
However, today we are not going to discuss the smartphone’s design, but rather its hardware features. More to the point, Oppo seems to be developing a new cooling system for the Oppo N3, and apparently the new technology has already been leaked online.
Oppo N3 to Feature a New Cooling System
One of the biggest issues with today’s smartphones is that they tend to produce a lot of heat, especially when charging or while under heavy load. The higher the temperature, the lower the performance, and not only that but the gadget’s lifespan is also decreasing, in time.
Interestingly enough though, Oppo seems to want and do something about it, and to this end the company has apparently developed a new cooling system for the upcoming N3. The image you see above is an alleged leaked picture depicting the new cooling system, which is basically comprised of a special material that covers the most important vital components of the phone. Once the chipset’s temperature increases, the cooling material supposedly accelerates heat conduction.
We don’t have all the details on how the new cooling system actually works, and after all, the leaked screenshots above might not reflect reality, so keep a pinch of salt nearby. What’s for sure is that the Oppo N3 will indeed feature a new technology for keeping its hardware components cooler (as teased by the official image below), but how this might work exactly remains to be seen.
What’s your take on the idea that the Oppo N3 will feature a liquid metal-based cooling system?