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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Haikuguy, Nov 19, 2010.

  1. Haikuguy

    Haikuguy Well-Known Member
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    Hi

    A quick question to those of you who use the phone for some time now- does it get too hot after some time while talking ?

    I mean, I know it should get a little hot while working, buy my old iphone used to get so hot after a 30 min talk that I could hardly put it next to my ear anymore.

    What is the temperature situation with this device?


    thanks.
     

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  2. dvhttn

    dvhttn Well-Known Member
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    Never noticed it get hot at all. BUT a) I never talk for 30+ minutes on the phone anyway and b) I use a BT headset most of the time even at home - leaves me free to wander/make a cup of coffee/write stuff down.

    Dave
     
  3. john_g

    john_g Well-Known Member
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    Only if I'm having a heated conversation!
     
  4. anandv76

    anandv76 Well-Known Member
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    does get hot but not enough to boil water or make coffee! but enough to keep you warm in the cold days!!
     
  5. Sereniity

    Sereniity Well-Known Member
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    Mine hasn't gone above 35c to date.
     
  6. lawrencep93

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    According to one of my apps the hottest I have gotten it to was 33 degrees after being on the phone for 2 hours, It was a little warm but no where near as hot as my iphone 4 that I had.
     
  7. Artaq

    Artaq Active Member
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    Been using mine for over a week now. I use it the so much that I have to charge it twice a day.

    I have be honest, I find the phone to be less hot, than my old Hero.
    The most I have seen it is 35 degrees, when using internet radio while on charge.

    I fine the case design to be helping rather a lot on this one, as the cold streel seems keeps the phone temp lower.
    It may get a little warm but nothing like my old Hero. The temp also drops quite fast when not in use.

    I would say this is all normal, for this phone.
     
  8. SpencerUk

    SpencerUk Well-Known Member
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    I've used mine heavily and not had any heat issues from it yet :)
     

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