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  1. h16's Avatar
    Exactly!

    Just made a little test using the same thermometer,
    with the sensor in a dark bag.

    Temperature here 30.5 C.

    After 5 minutes, the reading was 61 C.
    First post edited with added photo.
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    07-29-17 07:05 AM
  2. littlebuff's Avatar
    Exactly!

    Just made a little test using the same thermometer,
    with the sensor in a dark bag.

    Temperature here 30.5 C.

    After 5 minutes, the reading was 61 C.
    First post edited with added photo.
    Wow, I was guessing it would be in the range of 40-50 C if ambient temperature is in the 30 C range. Never expected 60+ C.

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    07-29-17 09:29 AM
  3. BBUniq01's Avatar
    As I've stated more than one time, 60 C has been an error, and the duration few minutes.
    I've been careful to never go beyond 55 C in the long test.

    Perhaps I've shortened the life of my K1 by some weeks/months, but I prefer knowledge and maybe an anticipation of some weeks in the next buy, over the same weeks (as the previous, in this case) inhabited by fear and constant terror of screen lifting and cable breaking.

    About TCL/BBM doing high temperature aging tests at 60 C on the K1s, they should have been completely blind, to not notice the glue melting...

    All this story of lifting screens, the vague acknowledgments by BBM about the "adhesive", has made me curious, thats all.

    As a side note, perhaps I' ve shortened by some weeks the life of my K1, but better than having suddenly the phone unfixable because of a tore cable, waiting months for a replacement, or anyway having the separated screen collecting dust into the way of the LCD layers because you're somewhere without the proper tools / repair shops to reattach the screen.
    I use a lot this phone for my work, so I need it to be reliable.

    @Mercuryuser
    About boiling... some years ago I've had the proof of a faulty pickup on my bike thanks to a pot of boiling water and an ohmmeter.
    Never underestimate the power of cooking tools!
    I think this experiment was amazing and I will be cautious about leaving my phone in extreme temperatures. Thank you.
    07-29-17 11:54 AM
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