Redmi K60 cooling case would reduce the maximum temperature by 4 degrees Celsius
The Redmi K60 series was launched in China on Tuesday. This flagship lineup includes the Redmi K60 and Redmi K60 Pro powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 series, and the Redmi K60E featuring a MediaTek Dimensity 8200 SoC. They are equipped with a 17-layer thermal liquid cooling VC heatsink system. which is said to offer up to 15% improved thermal conductivity compared to the previous generation. Xiaomi has also released a cooling case for the Redmi K60 series which is supposed to be able to further reduce the maximum temperature down to 4 degrees Celsius.
According to a post by a digital blogger on Weibo, the ice cooling case of the Redmi K60 series can reduce the maximum temperature of the handset by up to 4 degrees Celsius. This case is available for purchase for 79 CNY (about 1,000 rupees).
Xiaomi says this cooling case is equipped with a phase-change material that supposedly switches between solid and liquid states depending on the temperature of the smartphone to efficiently dissipate heat. This is said to be particularly effective when the device is used at full power or for an extended period of time.
Cooling is said to take place immediately. Xiaomi says this case is ideal for gaming or marathon streaming sessions. The Redmi K60 series ice cooling case also supports wireless charging. Moreover, the case has a two-layer structure to protect the handset from any physical damage.
As a reminder, the Redmi K60 series was launched in China on Tuesday. Its top model is the Redmi K60 Pro, which is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC. The smartphone has an Adreno GPU and a Qualcomm AI engine. It sports a 6.67-inch 2K AMOLED display with a refresh rate of up to 120Hz. This handset gets a 5,000mAh battery with support for 120W wired fast charging and power charging. 30W wireless fast.
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