Come in From the Cold
Just as we discussed earlier that you should never let your phone overheat, you need to ensure that it doesn’t freeze, either. Unfortunately, phones aren’t manufactured to withstand extreme temperatures. Of course, you can bring your phone outside during the winter months, but if the weather is below freezing, you’ll likely notice some odd behavior from your phone.
If your phone stays out in frigid temperatures for too long, it will probably start acting very sluggish, slowing down to a snail’s pace. You might also notice that your charge drains very quickly or even disappears entirely. Perhaps the worst possibility is that liquid moisture may build up inside your phone, ruining its circuits or even cracking the screen.