Battery temps

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  1. RVC

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    What is the max allowable battery temp for the Rezound? I was playing with mine last night and it got up to 114°. That seems kind of high to me.

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    It's not. It'd have to get to 140 F+ before you would need to really worry about putting it down to cool off. Even then it'd still really be fine.
     
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    140? How do you even hold it in your hand that hot.

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    That's not the external temperature of the phone... :facepalm:
     
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    My battery hit 131 the other night. The screen and back felt warm but not hot. I used to use the cpu and battery areas of my Omnia as a hand warmer in cold weather :)

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    Well excuuuuuuse me Mr Facepalm.

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    OK that sounds reasonable. Its just that my phone feels pretty warm in my hands when I play games for an extended amount of time. Its not hot but its warmer than my Tbolt ever got.

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    I've hit 114 on a few occasions while running Pandora, playing parallel kingdoms and charging it using a wall charger. I'd be concerned if you were getting it up over 130.

    It's not great for the battery life if you continue to run the phone hot all the time, but if you spike it a few times a week, it probably won't make a huge amount of difference. It's also better if you bump charge the phone regularly and don't let the battery go down to nothing and recharge it (except for 3 or 4 times when you first get the phone).