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Overheating Solution

OP matout7

3rd September 2014, 03:56 PM   |  #21  
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Originally Posted by thienvandac

Very well, I lack of the phrase "the back as well". There is no way like that UNLESS you record 4k video for more than 20mins(or gaming bla bla) which cause the temperature up to 50 Celsius degree or more THEN you throw in the water for cooling. THAT is the most stupid thing to do with everything not just phone. Sudden change in temperature from more than 20 Celsius degree(from 50 down to about 30) is causing crack/damage to the item. You can search for it everywhere and maybe from Chemistry or Physic class in high school. Do I say it clear?

how about winter when u go from heated house to the freezing outdoors

or in the Arabian Gulf... when u go from air conditioned house to hell outdoors

and sony don't record 4K for more than 6 minutes in air conditioned room before it heats and camera shuts it self down
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3rd September 2014, 04:03 PM   |  #22  
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Just one more to go, do you ever hear and consider the work INSTANT? when you record in cold weather, it slow down the heat up process, when you come out the cold place to hot place, you dont just expose it and leave it. IF you do that, then I have nothing to say, buy other feature phone that can survice you need. USUALLY, people put the phone in their pocket so when they take it out it GRADUALLY heat up (in hot weather), and if you do as I said above that you PUT the phone expose to hot weather for a period (long time) enough EVERY phone will blow your ear/hand. I suggest you search a recently case that using phone while charge causing blow off 2-hand of the owner. Use it wisely otherwise just DON'T. Last post
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