Sony Xperia Pro has the largest steam chamber for cooling for smartphones

Sony Xperia Pro

The latest Android smartphone from Sony, the Xperia Pro costs around 2500 euros. It is probably the only phone worthy of the suffix “Pro” since it can be used as an accessory or complement for advanced video and photo production.

Incredibly expensive, the Sony smartphone was created to meet the needs of a very specific niche of users and, among its assets, is the cooling system. Here we have the largest steam chamber ever used on a mobile device.

The Sony Xperia Pro surprises with its internal steam chamber

Sony Xperia Pro
Inside of the Sony Xperia Pro smartphone. Credit: JerryRigEverything

The discovery was made by youtuber Zach, responsible for the JerryRigEverything channel, where the most varied smartphones are periodically disassembled. The channel gained popularity through the durability tests carried out on several high-end smartphones.

The most recent was the Sony Xperia Pro, a smartphone that is not available in UK, but that represents Sony’s new approach to the smartphone market. It is a tool for creatives and advanced content producers.

What we can see above (in the image) is the appearance of the steam chamber, the component responsible for cooling the phone. It is one of the biggest components of the smartphone, being composed of several layers of metal, silicone and other components.

The Sony Xperia Pro is one of the most advanced smartphones on the market

Above we see the “treatment” of this channel for the new Sony Xperia Pro. However, the youtuber goes further and disassembles the phone, showing us its internal components to the delight of the most enthusiastic and smartphone repair technicians.

See, in particular, the steam chamber whose metal plate serves as an interface for the exchange of heat and cooling of the product. We have several thin layers of graphite to remove heat from vital components like the processor and 5G antennas.

The steam chamber contains a solution designed to evaporate when the phone heats up, thus helping to dissipate heat, and to condense poorly at low temperature. The cycle is repeated uninterruptedly unless this steam chamber is opened.

The durability test revealed the limits of this Sony smartphone

We will hardly see the Sony Xperia Pro coming to our market, being a highly specific and expensive product. Costing $ 2,500, the product uses Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 processor, the 2020 model.

For those who want to see their durability limits, above we put the original video produced by the channel JerryRigEverything. For many of us, it will be the only opportunity to see the Xperia Pro subjected to the various rigors that guide its testing.

This is the smartphone from Sony created for professionals and behaves as such. It is a working tool, or at least it tries to be.

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