OnePlus Finally Revealed OnePlus 11 Concept With Liquid Cooling

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Last Updated on February 27, 2023 by Larious

Today, OnePlus officially unveiled its OnePlus 11 Concept at MWC Barcelona 2023 event, whose mysterious image has been shown off by the company in some past weeks, so finally, we got all information regarding those blue strips and the smartphone’s design.

In the previous report, we made an assumption on this Blue LED back panel and proved that their main objective is not lightning as it is some new technology from the company to make the device cool, so let’s find it out below.

OnePlus 11 Concept: All Details

OnePlus already launched OnePlus 11 in February, and it made this concept on the same phone to show off its latest technology and design at MWC Barcelona 2023 event, whose first day was today.

You all might have heard about liquid cooling for PCs, but liquid cooling in smartphones sounds rare, but now it is done by OnePlus. I won’t say they are first, but they did it in a very fantastic and different way.

As you can see above how this back panel looks like. However, it features glowing blue pipelines that can glow in different modes. Also, these pipes contain water, oil, and mica, as multiple YouTubers say.

These pipes and their panel process cooling for phones via liquid, and OnePlus’s this cooling technology is called “Active CryoFlux”.

The company claimed that its technology is capable of providing better cooling that will reflect better performance from games and faster charging speeds.

Now, let’s talk about its design. We have seen multiple smartphones that have LED on their back panel, but their existence doesn’t contribute anything to the system.

Oneplus 11 Concept Cooling CryoFlux

But the colorful strips in the OnePlus 11 concept have a reason, as it combines technology and an immersive look. From a closer, these pipes look like to be moving, and these colorful strips also cover the boundary of the camera bump.

While this prototype’s all specs are the same as OnePlus 11, it just has a different back panel that is made of glass to show light strips clearly with the brand logo.

Besides, let me clarify that this phone is not for sale as the company has only made this prototype for its purposed event.


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