Redmi K50 Ultra’s FEAS 2.1 Tech and SGS Certification Importance
The Redmi K50 Ultra (Supreme Edition) has generated a lot of buzz since its release, especially that 1.5K resolution custom straight screen. But it is worth noting that in addition to the balance between power consumption and clarity obtained through 1.5K, the other performance of this screen is also very bright.
This morning, Lu Weibing posted an article emphasizing that the Redmi K50 Ultra is the first SGS low visual fatigue certified phone, and he also did a little science. The SGS Low Visual Fatigue Certification is a joint certification between SGS and the China Institute of Standardization.
It introduces objective optical tests closely related to visual health as well as a series of human factors tests to comprehensively assess the degree of fatigue that the product may bring to the human eye during use, to come up with a weighted visual fatigue index (WVF), which is less than or equal to 4.0, to obtain this certificate.
Simply put, this test not only measures the objective presence of blue light, and strobe, but also measures the real subject’s EEG, flash fusion frequency, etc. when seeing the picture, which can more truly reflect the degree of human visual fatigue.
This means that the Redmi K50 Ultra, which passed several tests, can bring a more eye-friendly experience for a long time, avoiding “hot eyes” to the maximum extent. In addition, Redmi K50 Ultra’s FEAS 2.1 – intelligent frame stabilization technology was also discussed today.
Lu Weibing pointed out that this is because the K50 Ultra has a small treasure, which is equipped with Xiaomi’s self-developed FEAS 2.1 intelligent frame stabilization technology, which reduces power consumption per frame by intelligently predicting the CPU power required per frame and dynamically adjusting the main frequency in real-time.
When the frame is full, it will try to correct the total CPU power downward to reduce power consumption; when the frame rate is predicted to be unstable, it will increase the total CPU power to finally achieve a dynamic balance of frame rate and energy efficiency.
The final result you see is that the K50 Supreme Edition improves frame rate stability by 60% when playing ARPG games and reduces overall power consumption by 10% when playing MOBA games. In addition to its own FEAS 2.1 intelligent frame stabilization technology, the Redmi K50 Ultra also has one of the strongest cooling systems in the K50 series.
It consists of extra-large liquid cooling VC, high thermal conductivity aluminum for the middle frame, high thermal conductivity graphite for the wireless bracket, copper foil for screen cooling, graphite for DDIC cooling, graphite for the front case, copper foil module for double-sided PCB cooling and graphite for the lower BOX, and the total area of cooling material for the entire cooling system is over 30,000mm².
With excellent heat dissipation and self-researched frame stabilization technology, Redmi K50 Ultra can achieve an average frame rate of 58.03fps when running Genshin Impact, which Lu says “K50 Ultra completely conquers Genshin Impact”.