10 tips for using smartphones safely in hot weather

The phone can have problems when used during the hot season, and even explode if you try to use it uncontrollably.

Using your phone in hot weather can be potentially dangerous. (Illustration photo: AI)

Here are some tips to help you use your phone effectively in hot weather conditions:

Avoid direct sunlight

Sunlight not only increases the phone's temperature but can also harm the screen and internal components. Exposing your phone to direct sunlight can lead to problems such as glare, screen damage, and battery damage. Protect your phone from direct sunlight by keeping it in a pocket or case when not in use.

Remove the leather case or case

Typically, using a leather case or case can increase the phone's surface temperature, especially when it is exposed to direct sunlight. This can cause problems such as overheating the device and harming the battery. 

Therefore, in hot weather conditions, not using a cover or case may be an option to avoid increasing the phone's temperature. Instead, if necessary, users can choose other types of protective accessories such as phone bags with sun protection materials, or choose products specifically designed for use in hot environments.

Adjust screen brightness

Adjusting the screen brightness down not only saves battery life but also reduces the risk of glare when using your phone outdoors. Smart devices often have a feature that automatically adjusts brightness based on the surrounding environment, but manual adjustment is also important, especially when you use your phone in bright sunlight.

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Turn off unnecessary features

Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and GPS are power-hungry features that can generate heat while in operation. When not in use, turn them off to reduce battery load and keep your phone cooler in tropical conditions.

Use battery saving mode

Many smartphones have different battery saving modes, from reducing processor performance to reducing screen brightness. Enabling battery saving mode when you don't need to use premium features can help extend battery life during the day.

Avoid using your phone continuously for a long time

Using your phone for long periods of time may increase its surface temperature, especially when using resource-intensive apps or features. High temperatures not only shorten battery life but can also cause performance issues and failures.

Keep your phone in a cool place

Storing your phone in a cool place and out of direct sunlight helps reduce the risk of surface temperature rising. High ambient temperatures can increase the phone's operating temperature and reduce battery life.

Do not charge the battery in high temperature conditions

High temperatures can increase the stress on the battery and cause safety issues such as fire and explosion. When your phone or surroundings are too hot, wait for it to cool down before charging it.

Use a temperature monitoring app

There are many mobile applications that can help you monitor your phone's temperature and warn you when the temperature is too high, as well as help optimize performance accordingly. These apps can help you prevent damage from overheating and protect your device.

Clean your phone regularly

Dirt and impurities can increase the phone's temperature and cause performance problems. Cleaning your phone regularly helps keep it working well in hot weather like today.

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