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    Default Virgin Handsets Heating Issue.

    I recently got a Virgin Connection and most or their Huawei handsets have the same problem that Reliance had with theirs of Overheating.

    Anyone else who has the same issue and if yes is it fixed now.

    How do i Get it Fixed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BradEuk View Post
    I recently got a Virgin Connection and most or their Huawei handsets have the same problem that Reliance had with theirs of Overheating.

    Anyone else who has the same issue and if yes is it fixed now.

    How do i Get it Fixed.
    thats a problem with almost all CDMA phones, i don know if we can do anything about it. Just wait and see if someone does. I think making less calls will do
    job takes the child away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BradEuk View Post
    I recently got a Virgin Connection and most or their Huawei handsets have the same problem that Reliance had with theirs of Overheating.

    Anyone else who has the same issue and if yes is it fixed now.

    How do i Get it Fixed.
    Cheaper Chinese handsets tend to get heated up shortly within a few minutes of their usage. The same stands for LG and Samsung models too from Reliance CDMA. The only way to escape from it is to use a hands-free.

    Or invest on a high-end CDMA handset.

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    All CDMA sets tend to heat up because they operate on a much narrower frequency allocation. but high end sets tend to heat less.
    go for Virgin vSleek (samsung Explore) or Samsung Max (u can use bluetooth headset)

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    Default Stop buying Chinese handsets then

    Go for better quality handsets like motorolla or nokia .

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    good motorolla CDMA sets are not available in Indian market

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    Quote Originally Posted by panchabhut View Post
    good motorolla CDMA sets are not available in Indian market
    Some are listed in http://www.india-cellular.com/Handset-Prices.htm

    Anyone used them? Can they be used with Reliance CDMA?

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    the only ones available there are,
    Motorola Razor V3C & Motorola CARTEGENA (W210)
    not good enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by panchabhut View Post
    the only ones available there are,
    Motorola Razor V3C & Motorola CARTEGENA (W210)
    not good enough
    mototola razor V3C is a good phone .. :yinyang:

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    Guys decide. Is Razor V3C good or bad. Please post your experiences if u have used them.

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    You could always strap a fan to your head. No, really though the over heating is caused by excessive use in my experience. You may want to think about using a headset device to divert some of the power. I would be interested to know if there are any products that will do the same in cooling down your electronics as the many options on the market available to cool down your laptops. Happy hunting!

    I love this phone! It is stylish and sleek. It offers a modern, almost futuristic look to a device that you would use on a daily basis. The only thing that I found tough to get used to using were the buttons. If you are a person who texts on the go, without looking down at the keys, this phone may not be for you. It is hard to tell what buttons you are pressing! Aside from my text messaging battles, the phone is packed with features and tools that make it a great phone.
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    I haven't had any issues with my CDMA Virgin Mobile headsets from overheating but I'm from the US so it might just be they solved the solution for the US phones or something?

    As for the Razr, I had a Razr for my phone two times ago and I was really pleased with it. It's pretty basic for the most part though nothing too fancy but its really sleek and fits really well into your back pocket.

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