1. JnEricsonx's Avatar
    I use a Samsung wireless charger, and, while the weather is pretty hot at the moment-that probably doesn't help, is it normal/fine that the battery temp reads in the mid-high 90s F while it's wireless charging?
    07-15-2019 06:00 PM
  2. mustang7757's Avatar
    I use a Samsung wireless charger, and, while the weather is pretty hot at the moment-that probably doesn't help, is it normal/fine that the battery temp reads in the mid-high 90s F while it's wireless charging?
    I would think so .
    07-15-2019 06:02 PM
  3. JnEricsonx's Avatar
    Just making sure. I don't like heat of any kind at this point.
    07-15-2019 06:13 PM
  4. mustang7757's Avatar
    Just making sure. I don't like heat of any kind at this point.
    Yeah my note 9 gets hot a little sitting on wireless charger , but my s10+ little more then the note 9
    07-15-2019 06:18 PM
  5. B. Diddy's Avatar
    If you have a case on, that might increase the heat a little, since the case might prevent it from dissipating as efficiently.
    07-16-2019 02:55 AM
  6. methodman89's Avatar
    Not just the case, but a warning to wireless charging users who also use a phone mount with a metal piece which attaches by a magnet. Do Not wirelessly charge with this on your phone.
    B. Diddy likes this.
    07-16-2019 04:18 AM
  7. Rukbat's Avatar
    And if the charging plate is horizontal, all the heat from the plate goes up - into the phone. Stand chargers, where the phone is sitting at an angle, heat less from wireless charging.
    07-16-2019 02:49 PM
  8. donm527's Avatar
    I disabled Fast cable and Fast wireless charging shortly after getting the phone new. Fast = more heat when charging = reduced battery lifespan. If I have time to put it on a wireless charger, I don't need it charging fast and generating heat and whether it makes a difference or not I am still gettinh good battery life almost two years later.
    07-18-2019 08:19 AM
  9. JnEricsonx's Avatar
    Yeah, I just did the same.
    07-18-2019 12:33 PM
  10. Rukbat's Avatar
    Fast charging, as used in phones, isn't fast charging as used by the battery industry - and even that doesn't shorten the lifespan. A lithium battery can take a charge at its rated current, so if it's rated at 3300mAh, it can take a charge up to 3300mA (3.3 Amps). And "fast charging" seldom exceeds 2 Amps on any phone.
    wdfrancis58 likes this.
    07-19-2019 03:24 PM
  11. JnEricsonx's Avatar
    Well, hell, right now the heat index here says 100 degree, and just using my phone for a bit with WIFI on, the phone battery says 100 degrees. God I can't wait for fall.
    07-20-2019 06:51 PM

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