Originally Posted by jonstatt
It really depends if the flexing is allowing a hole to open or the two surfaces are always in contact but able to move around slightly. If there really was a gap you would see obvious light peeking through that gap I would think. I have noticed my flexing has pretty much gone now as it goes through more heat and cooling cycles. I think it is almost gone completely. But I am very very worried about the reports of the polycarbonate body melting and deforming.
Its like yours most likely, the gap is slightly bigger than the right and it flexes slightly down, it actually needs pressure to flex so no its not really bad and like you said based on the temps sometimes it gets rigid, i think there a slightly uneven glue under one part causing the flex, i hope it disappears like you said
my cousin had a gap plus flex on the top of the device, i pressed it for him hard the moment we saw and it never came back but he is not over using his device like me
This is why im convinced the issue is temp related, i was playing THD games and i saw how the left side relaxed and the gap widened
as for the reports, where did u read melting
that's really alarming
eitherway its unsafe for the device to keep operating at those temps, HTC should not listen to Nvidia, Nv never cares about the longevity of their chips and don't mind messing around with thermal limits
i hope the issue get more coverage so that HTC issues a down-clock update!
i think T3 will do just fine @ 1.3ghz!!