A few months ago the Xiaomi Mi Note is among us even we’ve taken the glove for a análisis background – although his version wildest had to wait for the last day May 6 for his coming-
It was a matter of time before a specialized environment go up to the net some manual disassembly of the device, with images and details of its internal construction plus all components.
Open the terminal is not very complicated, it suffices to place a vent to remove the back cover, which is not attached to any kind of adhesive. After removing a few screws allows us to directly access the My Note Pro plate.
In this case, the most interesting is around 810 Snapdragon chipset, as Xiaomi also confirms problems overheating the most powerful SoC Qualcomm today. You do not think that I have confirmed with words or statements, but rather “the Asian” with work and ingenuity
Xiaomi engineers have designed a sink that will maintain stable temperatures though it is required to Snapdragon 810, will ensure a good performance without thermal constraints problems.
In the Chinese firm are more than proud of its sophisticated solution based on the wings of graphite and has proven very effective. In fact, Xiaomi registered five new patents related with this sink temperature.
The problem for repairs may get exactly this sink, which seems to be connected with thermal adhesive chassis terminal, and being quite easy to bend could easily break.
No doubt a clever and efficient solution to mount afford the best catalog of Qualcomm chipset, although it is increasingly clear that problems of temperature They are very real. Here you have removed the complete gallery of My Note Pro
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