Before the official start: The Galaxy S22 Ultra already has a problem

Deepak Gupta February 22, 2022
Updated 2022/02/22 at 10:23 PM

The smartphone world is eagerly awaiting the official launch of Samsung’s new phones. The Galaxy S22, S22+ and that Galaxy S22 Ultra should appear on February 25, 2022 and then hopefully stir up the industry. But just before the start of sales, reports are now circulating online that there seems to be a serious problem.

Galaxy S22 Ultra: Broken screen

There are initial reports of a problem with the display of the Galaxy S22 Ultra on the Reddit internet platform. Pre-orderers have already received the device in advance and have been able to take a close look at their new achievement.

What they noticed in particular was a recurring, flickering stripe on the screen. This not only looks stupid and annoying, but is also supposed to make operation more difficult in general. In a post by the user(s): in Put_It_All_On_Blck, several videos are linked that visually demonstrate the problem.

Exynos processor in the Galaxy S22 Ultra cause?

Apparently, the problem only appears on devices with an Exynos processor. Samsung delivers its new mobile phones with different chips, whereby a Snapdragon can also appear in addition to the Exynos.

As a first temporary solution, owners recommend activating “Live Mode” for the display. In addition, it is not yet known whether Samsung already knows whether a software update will finally solve the problem or whether the smartphone even needs to be repaired.

However, the South Korean manufacturer has not covered itself in glory: It was only recently revealed that Samsung had secretly changed the display data and advertised it as more powerful than it actually is.

Source: Reddit

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