Not so many smartphones on the market appealed to top-end Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 810 and for good reason. In particular, the flagship smartphone Sony Xperia Z4, along the way known as Xperia Z3+, suffers from overheating during normal operation.
The owner of the Japanese Communicator complain that the device is running the camera app or graphically intensive toy, becomes very hot to the touch. The phone notifies you of overheating, closing caused the rising temperature program. In addition to user feedback, as “evidence” are the readings of temperature sensors collected by the program CPU-Z.
That the problem exists, show warning that some Japanese shops accompany smartphones on a single-chip system Snapdragon 810. They say that mobile devices are prone to overheating, so they are recommended to be switched off, including during charging, and regularly make backup copies of data.
However, Sony was quick to assure that there is nothing to worry and reasons for concern there. The rest of the summer will be released a software fix, which eliminates the problem. Obviously, the patch will adjust the variation of the clock frequency of the Central and videographic processor, not dozvola them to rise to the highest possible speed. The limiting frequencies will provide an acceptable heat dissipation, although it will affect the productivity.
Note that problems with overheating Snapdragon 810 explained selection of Samsung in favor of their own chipset in the top-end smartphone Galaxy S6.