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2013-05-09 08:42 AM
I don't think that 40.5ºC after 7 minutes playing will be really "normal"
More than that, I think that the question of the phone destroying SD cards it's because that heat (at least one of the reasons).
Two days ago, it destroyed the second SD card that I buy for this phone, and it was after I was playing for about 20 minutes (not even a 3D game).
The zone under the camera and where the cards are (SD and the SIM), was also very warm too.
By the way, NOTHING in my phone is auto syncing.
Not sure how the overheat warning is set up... 50ºC?... 60ºC?... man, at that point it will melt the back cheap plastic that this phone has and burn our fingers.
Normal 40.5ºC??... I don't think so.
2013-05-09 06:45 PM
if the game its quite heavy and power demanding the phone will get quite hot that's normal
"I'd rather be hated for who I am, than loved for who I am not." Kurt Cobain (1967-1994)
2013-05-10 02:53 PM
Noone from Sony Support will answer you here or about the camera quality...
Just relax, and remember that this is not a serious company. This is just Sony. They just want your money and run. Nothing else.
For more than anyone will tell you, this is NOT normal... but hey, this is happening since day 1... same as the shi*tty camera quality, toasted SD cards, low wifi range, lags on the phone, etc etc etc.
Take it easy. They got your money. They don't care about anything else.
2013-05-10 03:02 PM
Are you sure about this? Are you sure that sony does not care about us and etc ?? All phones that I had from Sony (Sony Ericsson too) worked well, and my xperia T works well, except this heating... But today I took Old Sony ericsson from my friend and tested the temperature like did it before... I was surprised that the battery temperature is the same... But it is the battery temp not the cpu... don't know, maybe it depends from xperia T housing...it is thin and the mainboard is near to back cover and Neo for example has few layers of plastic housing before mainboard...