Today is as lively as the Spring Festival for digital enthusiasts. First, iqoo 7 will be officially released tonight, followed by domestic manufacturers such as redmi, Red Devils and black shark.
Then,Lenovo's e-competitors mobile phone also joined in, and the article revealed that in 2021, the new machine will still adopt a unique horizontal structure and be equipped with dual X-axis linear motors.
Lenovo's new flagship is still equipped with a bilinear motor
It is reported that,Iqoo 7 will also be equipped with two-way linear motor. Before that, it was Lenovo savior E-sports mobile Pro that launched the bilinear motor technology.
Like iqoo 7,The pro of savior E-sports mobile phone also has a linear motor placed on the left and right sides of the body, which can realize different vibration of the left and right hands, so as to simulate the effect of the game.For example, in the "peace elite" game, the position of the enemy can be judged by the left and right different vibrations, and the feedback of the game will be faster and more sensitive.
The world's first bilinear motor
In addition,Another highlight of savior E-sports mobile Pro is that it adopts a new central architecture,The processor is placed in the middle of the phone and the battery is placed at both ends of the phone.
Lenovo savior E-sports mobile adopts the central architecture
There are two advantages to this,One is that it can evenly disperse the heat inside the fuselage. The other is that the heat of the fuselage will be concentrated in the central processor, so the body temperature will be lower when holding the game with both hands.With the TSI frost blade cooling system on the Savior game book, the heat can be efficiently exported, which can ensure the continuous high load operation of the processor without reducing the frequency, so as to bring the game experience without frame dropping and jamming.
According to the current official information,
The government has previously issued a document saying:
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