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Old May 27th, 2013, 06:50 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by rscarawa View Post
Don't think a lipo battery at 120 will hurt it. I saw a study somewhere that showed its best dischage rate was around 130f. I think when you get up to 140, that would be cause for worry.
160 is the tipping point with Lipolys, you are correct though, they are more efficient when run hotter. I suspect the phone would shut down before anything got too hot to cause damage, because that damage could be deadly, and lead to expensive litigation for HTC. Lipolys are not a battery to mess around with as I alluded to earlier in this thread, and as such I highly doubt HTC (or any other manufacturer for that matter) would have used it without extensive failsafes being used as well.
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