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2016-11-10 02:03 AM
2016-11-25 03:23 PM
2016-12-10 11:00 PM
2016-12-11 03:58 AM
@sleepytulog: unfortunately no, it serves as a protective mechanism, to avoide damage from heat.
new xperia devices will experience lots of heat from the fist few days since it is constantly running alot of background task, sorting out caches, indexing, learning your usage, and updates . that sort of thing, so on top of that your constant increase usage (who wound't want to play with their new devices?) will bring more heat. once everything settles down. it will have less of those warning and will only be warmer than your average body temp.
2016-12-11 02:21 PM
2016-12-11 09:48 PM
2016-12-11 10:21 PM
Sony doesn't develop Snapdragon, back to your post
I think when it reach 55-60 celsius in SONY phone...
But samsung phone Can reach 80 celsius and Camera still working ! Is it harmful for Device?? Why SONY dont let tempreture goes higher ?
Have you heard about the exploding Samsung phones?
As for the camera, check this thread/post
"I'd rather be hated for who I am, than loved for who I am not." Kurt Cobain (1967-1994)
2016-12-12 10:02 AM
2017-02-04 05:33 PM
I regret my decision to buy another sony, the heat was never a problem when im using Xperia Z, now XZ heating like im about to fry nuggets.
Dear sony, if you cant make us record long video, why bother ship this product. Asus Zenfone can record 6+ hours and your premium phone cant even do 30 minutes?
Shame on you.