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Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by kms1325, Feb 16, 2010.
Granted I had GPS turned on, but damn did that thing get hot and cannot be normal.
sure is not
did u pull battery/ turn off immediately?
Nah turned off GPS...the temp immediately went down but still.
Your battery or cpu?
[FONT=book antiqua,times new roman,times]That's not really that bad. Provided it was Fahrenheit, otherwise I think your phone might have melted.
That is not hot. Mine has been over 130 Fahrenheit before. See my post in this thread:
Yeah, thats quite normal for the cpu to get that hot. That is actually nothing compared to the real "oh **** thats too hot for the cpu" tempeture.
Did you have the charger plugged in too?
Max for the battery is 113f per the manual. So, 110 is not terrible.
As posted above if you're talking 110F thants nothing... mine stays around 111F just playing Robodefense for a while (with a Seidio case on it)... The CPU is stated for 100C (i.e. over 200F) so you've got a LONG way to go before you need to worry.
Unless you're talking about 110C than at which point there's obviously something wrong because the phone should have shut itself down.
i've had my battery over 110F before. i think i had it up to 116F. i was using wifi tether while the phone was charging.
i really don't see how 110 or even 115 is that hot.
Not to fret, that is not a hot temperature for electronics. While it may feel warm for us, it's like a cool spring day for your electronics.
Mine is running almost all day at 110-120 F and if I plug the charger with GPS and Pandora it gets to 140F for hours . I would worry more for a decreased battery capacity caused by the heat than a damage to the processor