is this normal?
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Just a guess, but I would say that is perfectly within bounds. That's probably the average temp of my PC processor when idle, and I have a huge heat sink and 6 fans (I overclocked it just a wee bit). When it gets up above 50c (122f) that's when I'd pull the battery.
I've always experienced warming of batteries when they are used/charged. Here is a reply from the Motorola Support forums regarding battery heat. I think you are well within reasonable limits.
Any battery will warm under use and charging. Lithium batteries have an optium temperature range between 80-140 F. Additionally, their shelf life is approximately 2 years whether they're used or not. Is your battery getting warmer than 140 degrees? If not, I wouldn't worry about it too much.
ummm are you telling us the temp in degrees F or degrees C? if you use the voice dialer app and say "Check battery" it will open a panel with info and it shows battery condition including temp in Celsius. my phone sitting on my desk pretty much idle except for occasional text and email today so far says 27c.
I'm guessing you mean F 107 in celsius would prob have your phone melting lol.
107 isn't very hot at all, thats just slightly warm. but keep in mind that batteries loose power faster when they are even slightly warm. keeping it on a holster will make a noticeable difference from keeping it in your pocket.