Can't fix a hardware problem with a software solution. Seriously, do you guys know what a "design flaw" is? Sure, you can gimp the machine by making it run a bit slower with a software fix to alleviate the overheating, but that doesn't mean the inherent problem is gone.
A car with square wheels isn't going to drive any faster and smoother just because you put in giant comfy seats.
Boom headshot! Prefer the S6 Avengers edition anyway. Does anyone know if that's a real thing yet?
Lets go back to this news shall we?
*Facepalm on those SD fanboys!
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is the best with a cool well-spread out heat distribution. Can't same the same for any of the others.
Am not really an HTC fanboy but give this a break.... This can be fixed with updates...give credit where it is due...HTC has come a long way... To produce a unit praised by unbaised mass.
All companies pulling out their best to be the best. That's a good thing for us d consumers
Yeah this SD810 no good for this year. And saddest part is all of this people caching for years 810 flagships. That is wrong SoC. Will wait for 820 custom soc before i trow away my money for flagship
That is bad news, they should throttle that CPU back a few notches, no reason to have a rapid CPU when your phone has an 810 in it.
Underclock it, thermally cool it back a bit, go for stability instead of trying to be the fastest.
I was looking for an achillies heel and it looks like i've found it, shame as i love htc phones.
I thought they'd actually cracked it this time.
Maybe next year.
Hades, 16 Mar 2015Yes, I know mediatek has some bad records but you know it's like in the movie the main char lo... morethey lose because they cater to the cheap ass phone section not because they are misunderstood
Anonymous, 16 Mar 2015Samsung S4 had same problem and was fixed with firmware upgrade. Htc can do same. But you cant... moreActually the s4 had that problem because it wasn't cooled well enough and the 600 always was a warm processor. Not to mention that they didn't underclock it like HTC did, outcome is swollen battery, poor battery and broken phones.
The M7 used to get very hot but was thermally cooled so it sort of worked, not to mention that the M7's metal design actually acted like a heat sink.
Anonymous, 16 Mar 2015MediaTek.. Lol.
Their track record is just as bad. Cheap CPUs for cheap phones. Gimme a break..Yes, I know mediatek has some bad records but you know it's like in the movie the main char lose/bulyed
in the first scene but in the later part they shine like a diamond lol..haha. and i'm still hoping for the intel to rock the mobile world.
you wanna break?
here I have kitkat chocolate. peace ^_^
Anonymous, 16 Mar 2015Samsung S4 had same problem and was fixed with firmware upgrade. Htc can do same. But you cant... moreyou can't fix it with software update, but if you insist you'd need the refrigerator after all LOL
Anonymous, 16 Mar 2015With 32-64gb internal memory,what do you need a microSD card?you guys are being ridiculous.Some people would rather use internal for apps, and the SD card for media and the like. I know I would.
Anonymous, 16 Mar 2015Samsung S4 had same problem and was fixed with firmware upgrade. Htc can do same. But you cant... moreWith 32-64gb internal memory,what do you need a microSD card?you guys are being ridiculous.