Samsung has a lot of its own apps that are launched in Europe, like Good Lock. In addition to its personalization application, the brand also has Galaxy Labs, an application composed of a series of experimental modules allowing to extend the experience on the brand’s mobiles. A new module called Thermal Guardian is introduced there.
Thermal Guardian is a module or an application With which Samsung will allow you to control the temperature of your Galaxy mobile at any time. Keep track throughout the day to see if there are big changes in your temperature or if there are any indicators that something is wrong.
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Here is Samsung’s Thermal Guardian
Thermal Guardian will lead temperature control of your Samsung Galaxy mobile throughout the day, also indicating the thresholds it reaches at different times of the day. A series of graphs is used which will make it possible to understand these values in a simple way, in addition to being very visual. If excessive temperature is detected, this module will reduce the acceleration of the phone’s processor.
Also, it gives the user some control over said CPU acceleration. Not only will it be lowered in case the temperature is too high, but we can increase this processor acceleration
This module can be a huge help in many situations. Not only to control the temperature of your Samsung mobile throughout the day, but it gives you some control over its processor, so that we can reduce the performance of the device a bit more when needed.
Thermal Guardian is part of Galaxy Labs, which you will first need to install on your Samsung smartphone. It is available in the Galaxy Store, at this link. Once the application is installed, you will be able to access this module on the device.
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