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I try not to let mine get much higher than that. They have a safety rating of much higher than that I believe, but when I can feel the heat through the plastic AND through my case, I let it cool down for a while.
 

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I remember the safety rating of my OG Droid was like 130 or 150 F, but I was always scared once it got up to like 115. Chances are, it's fine, but I like to air on the side of caution.

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I haven't gotten my X battery to get much above about 105f. On my OG Droid, the battery safety shutoff kicked in at about 130f and the phone would shut down. As long as you are using an OEM battery, the phone should shut down before the battery reaches an unsafe temperature or thermal runaway. This does not mean to run it at that temp, but it should not cause any major issues if it happens once in a while.
 

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"abqnm said:
I haven't gotten my X battery to get much above about 105f. On my OG Droid, the battery safety shutoff kicked in at about 130f and the phone would shut down. As long as you are using an OEM battery, the phone should shut down before the battery reaches an unsafe temperature or thermal runaway. This does not mean to run it at that temp, but it should not cause any major issues if it happens once in a while.
OC to 1.35 or higher or radically lower voltage or both. My phone runs fine at about that temp with some extreme undervolting going on ;)
 

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Jordan8 said:
I can't stand using my phone at those temperatures, my hands get to hot lol.
You can only really feel it if you touch the Verizon logo or the bottom of the battery compartment. Then again, I do have a case on, so that could have something to do with it
 

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Jmoney4769 said:
You can only really feel it if you touch the Verizon logo or the bottom of the battery compartment. Then again, I do have a case on, so that could have something to do with it
I've always felt it on the back where the speaker is, I have an otterbox but haven't been using it lately which probably has something to do with it.
 
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