Graphene-based cooling systems are becoming quite popular in today's cellphones, with many companies using it in their models. A few examples are: realme's GT 2 series, ZTE's Axon 30, Xiaomi's Mi 10 Ultra, various Huawei phones and more.
Now, it seems that Redmi's K50 e-sports has joined this team, with a recent disassembly test that found that its heat dissipation system makes use of graphene films. The test also reported 3D high-power graphite, large-area double VC, and heat dissipation copper sheet + boron nitride.
In its launch event, Redmi stated that this device has one of the best heat dissipation structures in the industry. The Redmi K50 e-sports version was found to have major innovations and new materials for heat dissipation. It has a separation layout of processor heat source and charging heat source. The main heat dissipation material was reported as possibly the largest in the industry.
THE k50 e-sports version has a main VC and a secondary VC, with a large area of ââgraphene on the front connecting the double VC. On the rear, the 3D high-power graphite improves the thermal conductivity by 15%.