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OnePlus 7 Pro battery/heating feedback thread

  1. mark_07
    Froyo Jul 26, 2019

    mark_07 , Jul 26, 2019 :
    Quite impressed how cool my 7 Pro is staying during this heatwave we're having in the UK, my Pixel 3 would have turned itself off by now...
     

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  2. Lycan_Strife
    Froyo Jul 26, 2019


  3. G_Komplicated_Sam_nebI
    Cupcake Jul 26, 2019

    G_Komplicated_Sam_nebI , Jul 26, 2019 :
    I had my phone charged to 75% around 12 midday and I am now at 9% and time is now 23.25

    This is with 90hz and display on auto switch.

    Been surfing the web quite a bit, listening to some music and speaking on the phone for a good few hours with location and wifi always on.

    Would you consider this to be okay battery life for this type of phone, it's my first android phone, coming from an iPhone max
     

  4. S1558388618694
    Froyo Jul 27, 2019

    S1558388618694 , Jul 27, 2019 :
    That's pretty good! I get that too sometimes.
     

  5. Versatil
    Cupcake Jul 27, 2019

    Versatil , Jul 27, 2019 :
    I have the same problem here, when playing pubg 44 to 45°C and the first month it was all fine no heat like that. On the general stuff like watching you tube or running other apps it gets around 40°C, and before it was just around 35°C
     

  6. G_android_x14
    Gingerbread Jul 27, 2019

    G_android_x14 , Jul 27, 2019 :
    Overheat generally means a problem, just like a car. It shuts down or the radiator boils over. If you aren't getting any errors, then your phone is not overheating, it is just heating.

    CPU, GPU running cause heat, Batteries get hot when they charge, and they got hot when the drain. The faster they drain or charge, the hotter they get. Radios cause heat - this includes cellular, BT, and wifi. Poor signal and more radio power is needed, and more heat is created. Screens cause heat too. And whatever case you have is not helping.

    You can do a few things about this:
    Turn down brightness
    Turn down refresh rate of screen
    Limit CPU/GPU if possible
    Airplane mode

    But every phone forum has threads about phones getting hot. Electricity creates heat, and that will never stop.
     

  7. Amatory
    Froyo Jul 27, 2019

    Amatory , Jul 27, 2019 :
    I think it's really good so far. My phone hasn't even had chance to learn my usage and optimize itself. I'm getting around 7 to 8 hours screen on and 17 hours standby. Still hovering at 30% at 11.30pm. 90hz but fhd. I find qhd annoying lol.
     

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  8. Lycan_Strife
    Froyo Jul 27, 2019

    Lycan_Strife , Jul 27, 2019 :
    LOL Go and download the game Torque Drift on the google play store and play that for 5 min.

    When I play with the game even on low settings my cpu overheats to 45 / 50 degrees and my battery goes 30 / 35 / 40 degrees. I built a fan for the phone and it helps to extend the time a bit but thats about it.

    IT IS RIDICULOUS HOW BAD THE CPU IS regarding heat / cooling.

    And yes indeed this also happens when charging.
     
    Last edited: Jul 27, 2019

  9. ZPerri88
    Eclair Jul 28, 2019

    ZPerri88 , Jul 28, 2019 :
    I bought the karbon OnePlus case with my phone and although I'm not a fan of clear the black karbon stays in my closet now because my phone gets very hot if I charge with that case on it. Stuck with the clear .
     

  10. Swejuggalo
    Jelly Bean Jul 28, 2019

    Swejuggalo , Jul 28, 2019 :
    Cpu overheats at 45-50? It goes up to around 80 °C before it even starts thinking about using thermal throttling...
    The better thermal contact with chassi the longer timeframe of peak performance.

    This phone is way better than for example Sony XZ3 in regards to heat handling. That device started to throttle long before a finished test on "CPU throttling test" app. It had a much clearer hot area while this phone spreads the heat out to a higher degree.
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=skynet.cputhrottlingtest
    A bad result here could be proof of a bad device (run without a case in a reasonable normal environment)

    The device get hot to hold due to it leads away the heat from the SoC to chassi. The chassi can not store a endless amount of energy.
    There are ways to make the phone much more comfortable to hold in the long run when gaming... But would you prefer higher degree of thermal throttling in favor of colder chassi?
    There are downsides of good thermal contact besides hot to hold... The heat in the chassi add heat to the battery.

    It's all about making compromises.
     

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  11. G_peter_dryden_WfVe
    Donut Jul 28, 2019


  12. G_nadiya_mahi_INfW
    Cupcake Jul 29, 2019

  13. Y1558638781344
    Donut Jul 29, 2019

    Y1558638781344 , Jul 29, 2019 :
    I mean that is ok you get around 6h I get 7h 30m
     

  14. JmcRepair33
    Honeycomb Jul 29, 2019

    JmcRepair33 , Jul 29, 2019 :
    9.5.7 i could tell right away that it was draining that battery like 1 percent of every two minutes of use, and i was like what is going on and that clean dalvik and clean rom, so after that went to 9.5.10 and all went back to normal
     

  15. Jahurz
    Cupcake Jul 30, 2019

    Jahurz , Jul 30, 2019 :
    Just bought my Oneplus 7 and upgraded over the Oneplus 3T. Was wondering what is the average on screen battery endurance that other users here experience. It took me 8 hours 6minutes to dip to 22% with browsing youtube and a bit benchmarking.. Is this normal.
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    inutes to dip down to 22%
     

  16. camohan
    Marshmallow Moderator Jul 30, 2019

    camohan , Jul 30, 2019 :
    There is no objective measurement of average time as lot depends on the use like apps used, type of apps, functions like more of using device to watch video, take photos, browsing and combination of all of this.

    Your battery stats are pretty good.

    You can continue to discuss in existing battery thread. Thread merged.
     

  17. Jahurz
    Cupcake Jul 30, 2019

    Jahurz , Jul 30, 2019 :
    Sorry was my first time using the community app instead of the usual forum on chrome. Thanks for merging.
     

  18. camohan
    Marshmallow Moderator Jul 30, 2019

    camohan , Jul 30, 2019 :
    No worries. Community app is bit different then browser and I can understand it requires some time to get use to it.
     

  19. Lycan_Strife
    Froyo Jul 30, 2019

    Lycan_Strife , Jul 30, 2019 :
    That is a good point. I am a bit of a noob when it comes to this stuff regarding heat but I do understand you.

    However... I hope they will patch cpu usage in the next update where it doesn't go full cpu every single time.
    Thanks tho.
     

  20. ValoX
    Gingerbread Jul 31, 2019

    ValoX , Jul 31, 2019 :
    I have a huge problem with stand-by power consumption:
    Some of my devices, like iPhone 6s, Galaxy S10+, Huawei P20 Pro and others, IN STAND-BY with these settings (may be different device by device) and same apps installed:

    - WiFi [ON]
    - Location [OFF]
    - Mobile Data [OFF]
    - Brightness [40%]
    - Refresh Rate [90Hz]
    - Screen Resolution [DYNAMIC]
    - Ambient Display [ON]
    --- Pick up your phone to show [ON]
    --- Tap the Screen to Show [ON]
    --- New Notifications [ON]
    - Double Tap to Wake [OFF]

    are consuming up to 1-2% battery at night.
    OnePlus 7 Pro, with Oxygen OS 9.5.10, uses up to 12% battery at night.

    I tried with WiFi off and power save mode on, but with same results. Battery info doesn't show nothing strange and no apps are running and consuming in background. So it is an Oxygen OS issue.
     
    Last edited: Jul 31, 2019