At MWC 2023, in Barcelona, OnePlus showcased its OnePlus 11 Concept phone. It is a Concept model of its flagship smartphone for 2023. It has some innovating technology, featuring glowing pipelines on its back to look flashy and to represent the cooling liquid of its new “Active Cryoflux” cooling solution.
To recall, the Chinese brand has recently launched its ;latest flagship phone called OnePlus 11, which has some top-notch specs including the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, and a great camera. Similar to the previous Concept phones, OnePlus doesn’t make any plans to release this OnePlus 11 Concept phone commercially.
Active CryoFlux also wraps around the rear camera module, and it is a closed-loop liquid cooling system that we often see on a desktop PC but miniaturized greatly for a smartphone in the case of OnePlus 11 Concept phone. It has “magnetron-spluttering coating,” which is when metal is splattered in tiny amounts using an electric field. You can observe the camera module is also surrounded by Guilloché etching, which is normally used on expensive watches. OnePlus claims this is the first time Guilloché etching has been used on a smartphone.
OnePlus says Active CryoFlux reduces the temperature of the device by up to 2.1℃, also will be able to translate to better performance in gaming, by increasing the frame rate by around 3 to 4 fps. It brings down the thermals by around 1.6℃ and reduce the charging time by around 30 to 45 seconds. In simple words, you can get better performance from games, and faster charging speeds.
OnePlus has yet ti provide the specs information of the OnePlus 11 Concept. As of this writing, we are not sure whether this concept phone would carry the exact same internals as the latest flagship of the company. But, we are sure that it will have a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, the same camera system, and the same battery capacity and charging speeds from OnePlus 11.
The media people who have had their hands-on the device reported that the OnePlus Concept phone is thicker and heavier than the original OnePlus 11. The device has trial grade ceramic piezoelectric micropumps at the center that are connected to pipelines. OnePlus claims that the micropump only take up an area less than 0.2 square centimeters and doesn’t make the phone heavier by a large margin.
Pics Credit, Via: AndroidPolice