HTC EVO getting too hot to handle when running on 4G?
G&E reader Geno wrote in to tell me that his HTC EVO got very hot when connected to 4G in Seattle. It got so hot, in fact, that he ended up having to turn off 4G despite enjoying the faster speeds. "Warm is one thing," he said, but "this was HOT."
Geno wanted to know whether I had heard about anyone else having a similarly scorching experience with their EVO on 4G. No one has mentioned any unusual heat issues to me, but maybe you or someone you know is suffering in silence or learning to use the device wearing oven mitts.
Is your EVO getting not just warm but unbearably hot when on 4G? If so, how long does it take for it to become so hot that you literally start to feel the blazing speed?