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OnePlus 7 Pro battery/heating feedback thread

  1. Midhunsebastian , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Jun 1, 2020 :
    actually I have tried it once. but will try again.
    will formatting do the purpose
     

  2. Artemus.
    Nougat Jun 1, 2020

    Artemus. , Jun 1, 2020 :
    I mean, you can try a format if you really want to (or haven't done since you bought it).
     

  3. Midhunsebastian , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Jun 1, 2020 :
    I haven't done since I bought it. it's been nly 3 months.but still will give it a try
     

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  4. Artemus.
    Nougat Jun 1, 2020

    Artemus. , Jun 1, 2020 :
    Good luck!
     

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  6. G1577102610430
    Cupcake Jun 4, 2020

    G1577102610430 , Jun 4, 2020 :
    I have been using this phone for around 6 months now but my battery gets heated up frequently! I have visited the store they changed the mother board and issue remains the same! I was told to diagnose the temprature while charging its above 40 and goes till 45 to 46 degree
     

  7. Artemus.
    Nougat Jun 4, 2020

    Artemus. , Jun 4, 2020 :
    That's completely normal.
     

  8. Midhunsebastian , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Jun 5, 2020 :
    mine too started in 6 months. I resetted the phone now it's ok.
    I think some new apps in installed caused the issue in my phone. am not sure though. Just a guess
     

  9. G1577102610430
    Cupcake Jun 5, 2020

    G1577102610430 , Jun 5, 2020 :
    I have tried already and infact one of the engineer said it always has to be below 40 degree and another engineer says it can go up to 50 degrees! isn't 45 degrees too hot?
     

  10. Artemus.
    Nougat Jun 5, 2020

    Artemus. , Jun 5, 2020 :
    45 is the upper normal limit of battery-operated devices. Isn't 98.6 degrees (37 degrees) too hot as well?
     

  11. Midhunsebastian , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Jun 5, 2020 :
    mine was at 40° still it was hot enough that I could hold it in my hand for a long time without back cover
     

  12. shaibazkhan
    Cupcake Jun 8, 2020


  13. T1586729381004
    Cupcake Jun 8, 2020

    T1586729381004 , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Jun 8, 2020 :
    I have been facing the same issue since almost a month now. It started right after the 10.3.2 update, my phone heats up unexpectedly while charging n I have been losing around 20-25% of battery on an average, every night in a span of 6-8 hours of standby time. Really hope this is a software issue and they send out a fix soon as this is really frustrating.
     

  14. Artemus.
    Nougat Jun 8, 2020

    Artemus. , Jun 8, 2020 :
    Have you tried updating to 10.3.3?
     

  15. Aakash047
    Gingerbread Jun 11, 2020

    Aakash047 , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Jun 11, 2020 :
    Idk what they've done in the 10.3.3 update for OnePlus 7 Pro but fortunately it has fixed the heating issues. Even after heavy gaming it doesn't heat up a lot like it used to before. Battery life has improved a bit for normal usage but it still drains way too quickly while gaming. Hope they find a fix for that too.
     

  16. KirubakaranRohit
    Cupcake Jun 12, 2020

    Last edited: Jun 12, 2020

  17. Artemus.
    Nougat Jun 12, 2020

    Artemus. , Jun 12, 2020 :
    Because no one knows how to use 480fps yet, not to mention it's not true 960, it's interpolated.
     

  18. KirubakaranRohit
    Cupcake Jun 12, 2020

    KirubakaranRohit , Jun 12, 2020 :
    could you please elaborate,how to use 480fps and 240fps ?so that i could learn to use them...
     

  19. Artemus.
    Nougat Jun 12, 2020

    Artemus. , Jun 12, 2020 :
    One: record in bright, natural light outdoors. Indoor lighting flickers at 60 Hz (60 times a second) which is invisible to the human eye. Recording slow-mo indoors will result in dark, flickering mess of a video as the shutter is opening and closing 240/480 times a second.
    Two: if you want full control over the speed of the frames, do it in post. Some video editors have a slow-mo feature that you can add to a video for easier control and speed.