Samsung Galaxy smartphones are going down with green screen issues

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra

Remember the green screen issue that appeared shortly after the Galaxy S20 Ultra was released? A few months ago, Samsung solved this problem through a firmware update. However, it appears that this problem also affects other Galaxy models. According to recent reportsseveral new posts on Samsung’s US, EU and India community show that the green screen issue is now affecting other Galaxy devices. From the latest reports, this green screen issues appeared after the latest firmware update. This issue seems to affect the Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S9 series, Galaxy S10 Lite, and Galaxy Note 10 Lite.

Samsung Galaxy smartphones

Generally, it seems that the green screen problem mainly occurs when the display is low in brightness. Thus, at least it does not always affect the user experience. In addition, judging from the number of complaints found on the Samsung community website, the green screen problem seems to be very rare. This problem exists for some users, but it does not seem to have spread widely at present.

If this green screen problem is indeed similar to the Galaxy S20 problem a few months ago, then Samsung should not spend too much time to find out the exact cause and fix the problem through a firmware update.

Samsung Galaxy smartphones have had some issues recently

Samsung has been at the hub of a couple of smartphone issues in recent times. The company is also working hard to fix these issues as they come. Smartphones are susceptible to attacks and these attacks could come in any form. Some months ago, there were reports that Samsung phones in China are crashing. While some crashed, others had a constant restart issue as well as a black screen. The situation in China was related to calendar settings (for the lunar month in April). According to Samsung’s customer service, after upgrading the phone, there is no guarantee that your data will still be available. Well, this situation was handled and nobody lost their device, just some data loss.

A few weeks later, there were reports of a Nikon D850 photo (6144 x 3950, 4.67MB) scenery wallpaper causing smartphones (mostly Samsung to misbehave). A large number of Samsung users have feedback that if you set it as a Samsung mobile phone wallpaper, it will cause the mobile phone system to crash and the screen will start flashing indefinitely. Some users claim that Google Pixel phones are also showing this problem. Well, many users simply avoided the wallpaper and that was enough to solve that problem

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