Just yesterday, the OnePlus 12 made its grand debut and it truly feels like OnePlus finally listened to what users wanted and delivered a genuine flagship experience.
While the design may appear similar to its predecessor, the OnePlus 12 boasts numerous improvements both inside and out, setting it apart from the competition. Recently, a teardown revealed the phone’s impressive cooling system, further adding to its appeal.
The OnePlus 12 has been the subject of much speculation and anticipation, and now, thanks to a teardown, we have a closer look at the internals of the device. One of the most notable changes is the inclusion of a larger vapour chamber, which is designed to improve heat dissipation.
OnePlus 12 has a 9144 mm2 vapour chamber which is a huge upgrade over the OnePlus 11. This is likely due to the increased power consumption of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor. The larger vapour chamber should help to keep the device cooler under load, which could lead to improved performance and battery life.
In addition to the larger vapour chamber, the teardown also reveals several other changes, including:
- A new layout for the motherboard
- A larger battery
- A redesigned camera module
These changes suggest that OnePlus has made several significant improvements to the internal design of the OnePlus 12. The larger vapour chamber is a welcome addition, and it will be interesting to see how it affects the performance of the device.
|6.82-inch LTPO AMOLED, 1440×3168 pixels, 120Hz refresh rate
|Snapdragon 8 Gen 3
|50MP (f/1.6) + 64MP (f/2.6) + 48MP (f/2.2)
|5400mAh with 100W SUPERVOOC charging
|Android 14 based on ColorOS 14
|163.9 x 74.9 x 8.4 mm