Why Smartphones Heat? Is Overheating normal? Mobile Blasting?

Why SmartPhones Heats

Nowadays, if you have any mobile phone whether it is iPhone, Android Phone or cheap phones even expensive phones users of these phones are facing one similar problem which is a heating problem.

If you are also facing this type of problem. So keep reading this article. Because in this article I will understand you. Why are mobiles getting hot? how much hotness is normal. and how you can avoid it.

Every electronics gadgets or any machine are heated. Like your car when it was getting hot then radiator decreases their hotness same as with your CPU when it was getting heat a small fan reduce their hotness which is located inside the CPU.

There are many causes which increase the possibility of heating in every mobile phone.

some are following

1. Processor

A processor is doing each work on your phone. This component has always been running, whether you are using your phone or not. We are not going into detail but let I understand you this is made by semi conductor and it has very tiny electrons. When the processor starts working then the electrons are colliding with each other. This collision creates heat.

So hotness is depended upon speed processor.

2. Overload

If you give overload on your mobile then your mobile get heated instantly like if you are driving your car with 60 km per hour than your car getting less heated while if you are driving your car with 120 km per hour than your car more heated.

Same like that when you’re doing linear work like messaging, attending the call or your phone is stand by then your mobile heated less means not considerable but when you’re doing too many works at a time like you’re playing a game with downloading then in this case your mobile got heated.

3. Dense Battery

Nowadays mobile phones are made very slim and for making slim they try to make small batteries and every component of mobile phones are tightly packed how much possible. Then when your mobile phone getting the charge or discharge it produces heat and this heat increases the hotness level of your phone.

4. Ambient Temperature

This point is especially those countries who are normally above 35-degree Celsius temperature. If you are using your mobile phone in those countries, your mobile phone will be hot.

5. Poor signals

If you are in that zone where wifi or phone network is very slow or has fewer signals then, in this case, your mobile try to work hard for getting good signals and your processor also work speedily so, that’s why your mobile gets too hot.

How hot is HOT?

Now a question is rising that how much hotness of a mobile phone is normal?

If any phone goes 40-degree or 45-degree Celsius temperature then it is normal you need to ignore but your mobile phone always hot about goes 40-degree or 45-degree Celsius then it is a problem.

Effect of Heating

If your mobile phone is too much heated then your mobile automatically works slow because it helps to reduce hotness of your mobile phone.

Potential Solution

The first thing to check is that you installed new apps or games on your mobile and these apps using your processor in the background which increases the chances of more heating.

And the second thing is that you need to check your software update. Because most of the time heating problem generate due to optimization of hardware or software.

I hope this you like this article and it is helpful for you.

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Mudassir Iftikhar is an Author of GL{Dot}com. I love to write articles and I love to learn and teach newbies and beginners what I know. I'm Blogging Lover that's why I created GiftLenders. Follow me On FaceBook & Youtube


  1. Wow…..before I use to think that no matter the level of phone heating it is abnormal, not until now I can boldly know that some heating are normal while some are not normal.

    Thanks for sharing

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