Those who own the Samsung Galaxy S20 smartphone should be worried now. We mean there are tons of complaints concerning the phone’s display. It’s already a few days since the phone owners report the green/pink line screen issue. In most cases, Samsung will repair the phone,
if it’s under warranty. If not, you have to do it yourself.
@C4ETech this also happened to my Galaxy S20+. Now so many lines with an unusable screen
Seems like lots of users a facing the same.@SamsungIndia you need to address the issue rather than asking for screen replacement@geekyranjit @TechnicalGuruji @sharmajitech pic.twitter.com/0hHUC7ron8
— Mridu Pawan (@MPUzir) June 13, 2022
Honestly, Samsung’s older models encountered similar problems. For instance, the Galaxy S7 suffered from it long ago. But it is still unclear how the problem was transferred to the Samsung Galaxy S20. As for the manufacturer, it hasn’t issued any statement yet. Probably, the company thinks that the problem is not widespread enough.
By the way, we guess you remember that a few months ago, the Samsung Galaxy S20 displays were suddenly dying without any known cause. As a result, the users had to replace the displays. Moreover, in many cases, they had to do it themselves because the phones had been out for more than a year by then.
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The Samsung Galaxy S20 Display Problem Is Back
For the moment, there is another problem with the displays of the Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra. As Android Police reported, the phones have a green or pink line running down the screen. Some users said that the problem emerged after the latest update. But there are many other users claiming it’s been there for many months. Thus, not in all cases, the software might be the problem.
We understand that it’s early to make final assumptions, but we shouldn’t rule out the possibility of packing the Samsung Galaxy S20 models with problematic displays. This also sounds logical when recalling the cases when users faced the same problem when taking out the phones from the box.
Unfortunately, we are hopeless that Samsung will do its best to solve the problem itself. We mean the Samsung Galaxy S20 has been on the market for two years. And most likely, the owners of the problematic models ought to fix the issue themselves.