Hello I’m Amira, Samsung Moderator
we thank you for asking your question
we do really apologize for the problem that you face
You can visit the nearest Samsung service center and they will be able to help you
Kindly send us your address to provide the nearest service center
or you can find it following the below link:
Here are a few more things you can try:
Boot into safe mode. This will start your phone without any third-party apps running. If the phone still overheats and restarts in safe mode, then it is likely a hardware issue.
Check for any physical damage. If the phone has been dropped or damaged in any way, this could be causing the overheating problem.
Contact Samsung support. If you have tried all of the above and the problem persists, then you should contact Samsung support for further assistance.
If Samsung support is unable to resolve the issue, then you may need to have the phone repaired or replaced.
Here are some tips to help prevent your phone from overheating:
Avoid using your phone in direct sunlight or hot environments.
Avoid using graphics-intensive apps or games for extended periods of time.
Take breaks from using your phone if it starts to feel hot.
Use a phone case to help keep your phone cool.
If you are concerned about the safety of your phone, you may want to avoid using it until the overheating issue is resolved.