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Default Note pro 12.2 temperatures

I Would like to know and compare the temperatures the rest of u guys are getting
I consider my tablet to run very hot even when idle I would like to know if every one has the same issue
Using bayern monitor or gsam I have got moments in Web browsing where I have hit 40 Celsius when in total standby I get 27 Celsius my note phone barely gets at 22 when idle and never reach 32 or 33 when under heavy use same my previous tablet so how is with yours ?
 
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Sounds like you have processes running in the background. Idle temperatures are going to vary by ambient temperature as well as idle cpu load. Looking back at my battery stats I see 85F at idle which is a couple degrees above ambient.

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I think it is normal, I remember when I had the Note 1 (N7000) I reached about 59° under extreme usage it was untouchable
 
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Mine averages at 25ēC, with peaks of up to 45-50ēC with serious gaming.

That's perfectly normal. You have to remember we're dealing with a device that has the same hardware that would require a seriously heavy duty fan on a PC. Its only heatsink is the plastic case.

Also, my Note 3 with browsing usually levels at 38ēC, so...
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