It has been reported that Honor will introduce the Honor X10 at the end of this month, and that it will feature a graphene-based cooling system.
The phone is expected to be the cheapest 5G model to come from Huawei, so it may get a little warmer than regular smartphones. Thanks to the graphene-based cooling system, the phone will have better heat protection.
It is not a huge surprise that Honor, a smartphone brand owned by Huawei Technologies, will also start using graphene for cooling purposes in its products. Huawei has been successfully using graphene cooling for some time, for example in its Mate 20X, P30 lines and in the newer P40.