1. turbo93's Avatar
    I am quite happy with my Moto X P. The screen is awesome, build quality good, and much as I hate to admit, Android is OK . Except the temperature...

    I've noticed my phone will happily roast to 110F-112F after 15 min of Angry Birds 2. I contacted Motorola, and after a few exchanges they said the danger zone is 60C or 140+F. And that there is a built in mode to stop from going down in flames . Temps reported via GSam. No case.

    What I'd like to know is, is this reasonable? I develop software for similar devices and my users would have kittens if it got this warm...

    Could someone try Angry Birds 2 for 15 min straight and report GSam temps? Nothing runs in background, I clean those up.

    03-11-2016 12:08 AM
  2. Matt Scruggs's Avatar
    Hey, I was actually looking to see if anyone else noticed how hot this phone gets, and found your thread. I let the phone sit until the temp in gsam was 75 degrees, then opened Angry Birds 2 and played for exactly 15 minutes, and I was at 112 degrees at the end, reported by gsam. I can post a screenshot when I get back to a desktop
    03-11-2016 01:14 AM
  3. turbo93's Avatar
    Hi Matt, this has been my experience as well. It seems it is related to the GPU (graphics) because Angry Birds 2 is very demanding. I have all the other games and the drawing action is far simpler, hence less load. I can play Angry Birds Rio and it won't go much over 100F.

    I will try to run some benchmarks that do not involve the GPU (graphics processor) and see what happens.
    03-11-2016 11:23 AM

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