Samsung Galaxy S8 and many more smartphones in this year will receive the heat pipes
The other day we wrote about the fact that LG Electronics at creation of the smartphone LG G6 decided to use to improve the efficiency of cooling the internal components of the copper heat pipe.
Sources from Taiwanese supply chain say that Samsung Electronics also uses heat pipes in its flagship smartphone Samsung Galaxy S8. Suppliers of heat pipes are Taiwanese Auras Technology and Chaun Choung Technology. DigiTimes adds that for LG G6 corresponding parts supplies Japanese Furukawa Electric and Taiwan-based Delta Electronics.
Initially Samsung planned to use the Samsung Galaxy S8 two very thin heat pipes, which should have been better able to cope with its task. But in the end it was decided to leave one tube, which was previously used in Galaxy S7. Mass production of Samsung Galaxy S8, according to the source, will begin in February 2017.
As expected, the heat pipe will become a new trend and will be actively used by many other manufacturers of smartphones. For example, the HTC Desire 10 applied the same solution provider, which acts as the Taisol.