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Legend Warming Up Issue

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by smart_user, May 19, 2010.

  1. smart_user

    smart_user Lurker
    Thread Starter

    Hi all,

    Since last 1 week i have been using Legend. The handset is a lovely deivce except the fact that with continuous use or web browsing even for abt 15-20 mins the phone warms up. Sometimes The battery app shows the temp as high as 41 deg C.

    Is anyone facing the same problem?

    Is the home button is also somewhat loose?

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  2. Bootsock

    Bootsock Guest

    Mine gets warm to the touch when using SatNav, but that's the only time I really notice it, but that's not too surprising really given how hard It's hitting the battery also.

    It's not something I'm concerned with either to be honest as it doesn't cause it to crash, and the metal case is one big heat sink!

    Those sites you are looking at must have a lot of videos on them! ;)

    Sent from my HTC Legend using Tapatalk
  3. Martin L

    Martin L Member

    Yes it get's warm to the touch.
    Only get this when streaming video and the usual high processor hungry stuff
  4. anandroiduser

    anandroiduser Well-Known Member

    +1 to the other guys' comments. It's surprisingly hot but as the case is metal, I think it's just that all the heat is conducted onto your hands. If you're feeling pretty concerned, you might consider dropping HTC an email (should be able to find a link somewhere under HTC)

    Also regarding the home button see this previous post - http://androidforums.com/htc-legend/74047-hardware-buttons-especially-power-button.html .
  5. alexand

    alexand Lurker

    And what about the so called "invisible/clear shields" ? Are they making it worse ?
  6. anandroiduser

    anandroiduser Well-Known Member

  7. adi19956

    adi19956 Android Expert

    I find internet + charging warms mine up, 'no biggy' as they say.
  8. Dog_chops

    Dog_chops Member

    Try switching the maps on. You could fry and egg on it. You can almost watch the battery meter go down percentage per second :eek:

    I don't worry about it however, as I am always near a charger if using Apps that suck the battery dry. All in all, a great phone, and the battery I can work around.
  9. adi19956

    adi19956 Android Expert

    well you can always buy a spare battery for 6 or 7 quid so it's fine
  10. My phone gets super turbo hot when I use navigation. To the point that it shuts down for an hour. I love it!

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The HTC Legend release date was March 2010. Features and Specs include a 3.2" inch screen, 5MP camera, 384GB RAM, Snapdragon S1 processor, and 1300mAh battery.

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