Samsung is Putting Cooling Solutions in the S20 Series At Random


The recent teardown of the Galaxy Note 20 and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G revealed some interesting facts of trivia about the units. Both units received a 3/10, as the iFixit reparability score reflects how Samsung is building its flagships. A lot of adhesive, non-serviceable parts, hard to open case, and the list goes on.

The most unusual element of the teardown is the fact that the two models seem to use, regardless of the model, the company’s cooling methods, for its flagship, at random. Some Galaxy Note 20 models have reimagined the copper vapor chamber, while others use a multi-layered graphite thermal pad, Samsung chose to use the thermal-cooling solution at random.

Both cooling methods are used for both the Galaxy Note 20 and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, regardless if they are powered by the Exynos 990 or a Snapdragon 865+. Perhaps Samsung is testing different cooling solutions, or maybe is just testing the copper vapor chambers and heat pipes. There is also the theory that the graphite cooling just didn’t meet demand, and Samsung was forced to move to another solution.

Regardless, this may also start a trend of the better-cooled phone among Galaxy 20 series users as the two solutions don’t vary in results, and as of now, no reports of overheating phones or exploding ones hit any news. So all is good in the Samsung camp… For now.

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