So I recently bought the Galaxy S10+ and I couldn't help but notice how hot it gets. Before downloading any apps or setting up anything the phone got quite warm right out the box. The phone's temperature got up to 37 degrees while just browsing Facebook, Instagram, etc, which isn't normal for a brand new phone. I've compared it with the S10 temperatures and the S10 is much cooler. I am not sure if it's a defective unit or if it's just the S10+ standard. The old S8 I had, which after 2 years of usage didn't get as hot as this while just browsing. Does anybody have any information if Samsung is considering fixing this issue in the future or if it's really accepted as normal behavior?
Thank you for checking that for me. I recommend taking your device to a UBreakIFix location in your area for an authorized technician to take a better look at the symptoms you are experiencing. https://www.samsung.com/us/support/ubreakifix
I've been experiencing a constant issue of overheating in the lower left side of the phone when the device's service band switches from 4G LTE to standard 4G. I have to restart the device to have it turn in order for the phone to reconnect to 4G LTE and the phone starts to cool down. Very weird issue! This is my second replacement device and I have experienced it with both.
Download 360 security from play store the company is quho or something like that..it has a phone cooling feature and also boosts phone,i use it on my s8+ and love that it notifies you when its overheating