Xiaomi released the new Mi Note Pro just a couple of days ago and while it is heralded as one of the top-notch phablet in the market, it seems like the device is now experiencing some heating issues which a number of owners are now experience and complaining about them. The handset is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 Chipset which did have a problem during an internal testing at Qualcomm but the chip maker has just released a statement claiming that none of its Snapdragon SoC’s are actually having a problems with commercial devices and that problems arising from the Mi Note Pro may have nothing to do with the chipset itself and that it could be due to other factors for that matter.
Upon using the device, Users have complained about overheating while charging while others are experiencing burnt-out screens and some are having problems with their screen inputs, and these problems are believed to be the result of the handset’s overheating problems with some of these handsets are reportedly to have completely failed due to burned motherboards. Xiaomi had already applied multiple thermal patents to correct any overheating problems that may arise with the use of Snapdragon 810 SoC but they might have missed something on some other areas that are also prone to such problems.
Qualcomm’s VP of marketing, Tim McDonough believed that while there are still no word from Xiaomi, the Chinese tech giant could issue an update to see if the problem could be resolved for the meantime or it could be a serious hardware problem that would need to really pull out every single Mi Note Pro handset in the market and will have to be replaced which could be a little more of an expensive take and devastating on Xiaomi’s side.