Sun Sand, 12 Jun 2015Have you Tried a Factory Reset, i did that to my Z Ultra and it works wonderfully now! *Aft... moreHappened to me with my Z1C and Lolipop update. After factory reset I found the coulprint for the overheating and battery drainage. Google callender app was the coulprint in my case.
Anonymous, 12 Jun 2015Drop it in a glass of water for water cooling. Why do you think Sony make it water proof?Best post this year!
Anonymous, 12 Jun 2015Drop it in a glass of water for water cooling. Why do you think Sony make it water proof?This one is funny! :))
The S6 also overheats for some small tasks! I'm not happy with it. Waiting for Note 5.
Anonymous, 12 Jun 2015They do have choices - MTK, whick is awesome. but unfortunately they are completely insane and... moreYes mediatek seems to do good work this year. Hopefully developers for custom roms and tools would take more care about it. And HTC seems to try it with the m+ and ME. But still the adreno GPU is best on market, but even in this case Mali seems to catch up with their new 700/800 series. Let's see. Important is that Qualcomm gets also enough heat back from their competitors to make a better job with the next generation soc.
lets face it, the 810 has thermal related performance issues!
Denying this fact simply because you happen to have an unhealthy infatuation with a specific brand that may use this particular SOC is just plain silly.
Now I have been a fan of Qualcomm in past, and I think their Krait architecture has been an amazing success and helped to genuinely move the industry forward. Also the 808 in the G4 I am currently using is perfectly fine.
However the repeated reports of the issues plaguing the 810 cannot be ignored.
Had Sony chosen to use an SOC from competing manufacturer in the Z3+, I doubt certain individuals would be so keen to defend the 810 in the face of the obvious.
I'm sure Qualcomm will recover when they debut their custom 'kryo' architecture.
Now you can boil water with your phone. Nice added feature! Should have waited for the MTK Helio chips. Qualcomm should just go back to improving their Quadcore chips. After all their the ones that bashed MTK that octacores aren't needed but look at MTK and Samsung now.
every Snapdragon 810 device that i saw have heating issues name them HTC M9, LG G Flex 2 &....
and all of them solved by an update from manufacture.
simply clock them down!
for example when you play a heavy graphic game like Asphalt 8 on the HTC m9 and Snapdragon 810 inside it.
it work like dream only for 5 minutes! after that a temperature protector kick off the CPU & your 700 USD M9 in blink of eye convert to budget phone in performance (like HTC 615 or Sony M2 or in the worst Case Even A Sony Xperia E1)
Snapdragon 810 are the stupidest CPU that ever made by that respective company. 100% useless & waste of money!
and no matter its on Sony, HTC or else device.
Samsung made a good decision that drop it from S6 & other products.
What! The phone isn't even out in South Africa yet and it's already giving heat issues???
chasetheriver, 12 Jun 2015This is not limited to the Z3+
I have a Z2 and since the lollipop upgrade it has caused a h... moreHave you Tried a Factory Reset, i did that to my Z Ultra and it works wonderfully now!
*After a Reset, Test the ph for issue in its Original State, ONLY then gradually install your apps, settings, test if one of the Apps is Messing it up, if so keep it away -report to its developer!
Drop it in a glass of water for water cooling. Why do you think Sony make it water proof?
Mick, 12 Jun 2015Looool. Really??? Who could have expect this surprise?? As I said use the device as a water he... moreThey do have choices - MTK, whick is awesome. but unfortunately they are completely insane and never put any logic into their actions.
I've tried a phone with SD410 and an octa-core 1.7GHZ MTK which is twice the power of the SD410, according to antutu, and yet with browsing the phone with MTK didn't even start to produce any heat, while the SN410 device immediately started to heat up despite being half the power of the MTK device.
For as many Japanese with heat issues in their phone, write your twitter in English language and not Japanese ???? $$$$$$
tumama, 12 Jun 2015can you accept that the phone is a fail dont put excuses the people its telling the truth this... moreTroll, do try to COMPREHEND the links I provided...
Its a no brainer really:
Z3+ 67 degrees,
Z1 64 degrees,
Z1c 61 degrees,
Nexus5 68 degrees,
Galaxy S6 only 3 degrees less than htc m9...
How does one interpret that as a sd810 only issue is beyond my comprehension, other than people hating/trolling/bashing....
Look, sooner or later, instead of just making a cpu faster by increasing the MHz, they're gonna have to get down and dirty and actually make a better CPU. We're seeing the limite of how high a mobile cpu can take without needing a fan/heat sink (~2.3ghz). It's time to actually develope a new chip from the ground up and optimize everything (including software) so a new gen 1.5 ghz chip can out perform yesterday's 2.3 ghz chip.
TannHauser, 12 Jun 2015Didnt doubt a second arena would puvlish this feeding ground, So Ill repeat same test results... morecan you accept that the phone is a fail dont put excuses the people its telling the truth this phone is a microwave
Jacky, 12 Jun 2015weird...no heating issues so far with the z3+ in hong kongExactly, because it heats up exactly on merrit with previous sd800/801/805 devices....
As shown in below links from users cpu z tests....
Wonder how many wont even look at those, but keep on bashing without substance