From the very first day of my nokia 5.3, I have observed that when we charge the phone and see the temperature of charger after some time it is too hot and the temperature of phone is 44°c - 49°c .
I think nokia should resolve it as soon as possible
Are you using the charger provided with the device or a third party fast charger
I have had phone for over 4 months and temp has never gone over 40c. Even 44c is not that hot but warm under heavy usage or charging while screen on.
The phone manages heat well. Best practices
Don't use phone while charging
Use approved 10 watt charger
Keep battery between 20-80 percent. Charge more often and less time.
Mines started doing it now
It's not too hot unless it's shows a message and shush down. Stop using the phone while it charging.
I'm not using it while it's charging but it's getting that hot it's a fire risk and if it sets on fire and burns the house down Nokia are at fault for making the phone such a fire risk and they will be charged
If a phone is that hot it would shutdown and turnoff. It's not that hot please tell me what the temp is ? If it's that hot contact support and get your phone looked at.
It's was about 50-60°c I have contacted support and they said send it to the service center but I'm not doing that as I've restarted the phone and it is getting to about 20-30°c now
If it was recommended to get it sent for review , why would you not do that since you were concerned about the temp of the phone ? Who is responsible now for any issues ?
Because there are posts that they don't return your phone once you send it in
That is simple not true. Don't always believe comments online. Phones get sent in and repairs and returned.
If your mobile reaches 49° C temperature, then it will automatically shut down.
My phone is not too hot because I usually let the air flow through my phone while it is charging (Using a small fan to do this)🤣🤣🤣🤣 But, the Nokia Charger is too hot. That is not a matter at all!!! But I recommend you use another 10W charger!!!!!!
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