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Posted: 2006-03-14 01:12
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I tried using my K600i's - 3G feature yesterday afternoon, I had two calls with my friend, the first one was around 8 minutes and the second was around 7 minutes. After both calls, I noticed that the fone was 'warmer' prior to making the said VIDEO/3G calls . . . Has any of you 'experienced' this thing - using your fone models in particular while on 3G/Video Call . Thanks! [addsig]
senninha
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Posted: 2006-03-14 02:10
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i do notice that when i surf the net with my PDA connected via BT to my W900 on 3G service it does get pretty warm too. but then doesn't 3G use up a lot more power than GSM?

maybe not good to have it too close to your head then...
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Posted: 2006-03-14 02:34
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Quote:

On 2006-03-14 02:10:23, senninha wrote:

maybe not good to have it too close to your head then...



H m m m m m . . . when I make 3G calls the fone is right in FRONT of my face, geometrically speaking, that's way away from my head I guess mate [addsig]
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Posted: 2006-03-14 02:42
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yes it does get warm my old v802se was the worse it gets so damm hot when ur doing a video call ur palm gets sweaty.my z1010 was around the same heat as the V802se, my k600 wasnt too bad, my w900 does get a little warm but not as warm as the old V802se (incase ur wondering what a v802SE is its the vodafone version of the z800i)

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Posted: 2006-03-14 03:00
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@se Indonesia - I was making the call OUTside of my house, at 12 high noon, the SUN is hitting me direct (no 3G signal inside my turf that's why - 3G is still in it's INITIAL phase at my end) . . . I thought that the rays of the SUN was making my fone warm, but after the call (went inside the house) my friend at the other end (using his K608i) sent me an SMS asking me if I made notice that the fone was HOT after our 15-minute Video Call That's the only time I realized that . . . the warm-FEEL came from the fone and not thru the sun's rays . . . [addsig]
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Posted: 2006-03-14 06:03
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dont worry the video call needs more current runing through the phone so the battery needs to discharge more electricity thats why it gets warm dont worry its normal your phone wont blow up or anything haha
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Posted: 2006-03-14 06:54
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well now thats comforting indeed... thanx...
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Posted: 2006-03-14 07:19
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yea i guess so. it's not a nokia after all...
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Posted: 2006-03-15 01:28
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Yeah . . . I wonder if 3G fones of Nokia (6630/6680/N70/N90 etc.) are having the same thing [addsig]
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