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Although not being a camera I guess your phone can make pictures, so for this time I forgive you posting in this category. Just kidding.
For every LCD screen it is normal to get warm, when the screen is on. It is also the most power consuming part of every phone and digital camera. That is why most smart phones and cameras automatically switch off the screen after a short period of no use.
So it is quite normal for a screen to get warm. It should not be hot, but I don't think that will be the case.
When the battery use is not extreme, nothing to worry about.

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