Today, Yao Liang, general manager of the marketing department of Xiaomi China, conducted a ‘frozen run’ test on the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro. As a result, the phone’s AnTuTu score exceeded 610,000 points.
Yao Liang also said, “The latest version of MIUI (GPU driver 444), the smartphone + Xiaomi’s ice-cooled back clip. This score is with accessories. So don’t use it for comparison. The normal temperature score is about 605K.”
Xiaomi’s ice-cooled cooling back clip is a cooling accessory introduced. It claims to be able to install a ‘refrigerator’ for smartphones. Active cooling can be used instead of passive cooling. It can cool 10° C in one minute. The body is equipped with 5 blades, the speed is as high as 6000 rpm, and the noise on the front of the phone is as low as 30dB during operation. The power supply interface of the cooling back clip is Type-C, and the charging power needs to be more than 5V2A. The manufacturer says this product is suitable for phones with a width of 67-88mm, and the price is 129 yuan.
First of all, in the room temperature environment, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro scored 605,783 points, a lot higher than the press conference announcement.
Then, the ice-cooling accessory has been added to the back of the phone. As a result, the score reached 610,627.
Then, Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro was placed in Mijia’s air-cooled three-door refrigerator (210L). And in this environment, the running score achieved almost the same level.
Recently, the Realme X50 Pro was leaked with a 600K score. So it’s quite interesting how it will perform with a similar accessory on the back.