Maybe It Will Be Than The Snapdragon 810 If Heats Up, The HTC One M9 It Shows

When Samsung announced that it ignored the 810 Snapdragon Qualcomm for its Galaxy S6, it did so claiming that they needed to ensure the best possible option in the hardware of your terminal star, leaving in the air some other problem with latest Qualcomm high-end SoC.

Many were then those who would serious problems of overheating in the Snapdragon 810, presumably corrected when you start its mass production. Nothing is further from reality, however, if we look at the latest tests with the HTC One M9.

The data comes from the Dutch site Tweakers, that testing of the new vessel performance found HTC logo with obvious problems when it comes to dissipate heat.

In fact, the HTC One M9 temperature has reached even to exceed 55 degrees Celsius running the GFXBench application, a temperature too high if we compare the around 40 degrees are maintained that most terminals including the HTC One M8.

In addition, also confirm that the device drastically reduces its temperature to play little-demanding games or to run lightweight applications in need of resources, which would confirm that the problem arises as soon as the required performance chipset.

To get an idea of the impact in normal use, the HTC One M9 has maintained a temperature of about 42 or 43 degrees playing as well known as the 8 Asphalt or Assasins Creed pirated titles, while other smartphones fall below 38 degrees.

It should be noted that testing was performed using a HTC software still in its final stages of development, and although obviously this difference in 4 or 5 degrees is not excessive, a punctual 55.4 ° C temperature is problematic in all aspects, not only for the own hardware device, but also for our hands.

We will have to wait for HTC to let us try first hand One M9 to confirm or deny, although the thermal camera image speaks for itself. At least, we hope that HTC implement usual emergency mode, which is not present at the moment and which apagaría the device if the sensors detect excessive overheating in the final software.