Anonymous, 10 Nov 2020Are there touchscreen issues in the exynos version too?yes
Anonymous, 10 Nov 2020And still samsung has not addressed about this phone's overheating issue....Its like gett... moreYou are always the same liar! ... Do the Chinese still pay you? It's fair, since you're doing a lot of disinformation work against Samsung! ...
Lock button quality very poor have to give some option my button is not working and for that I have to buy full kit that costs 18 k useless quality
Are there touchscreen issues in the exynos version too?
And still samsung has not addressed about this phone's overheating issue....Its like getting a compact yet expensive iron...Samsung cant even get its basics correct...what a shame!
Mine have touch screen and adaptive brightness problems
I use samsung s20 fe and the issue is still there
I have had FE 5G for a while, but returned imediately, in hand it felt strange, the touchscreen felt strange and the virtual proximity sensor was pathetic. Thanks for "flagship killer":-)
My Samsung s20 jiggled wen scrolling also freezers on the screen rubbish phone if am honest
wongwatt, 10 Nov 2020My first (and last) Samsung was an S7 Edge and it was utter crap. It took me days to remove a... moreMy mom is still using my S7 edge that I used to have. It still works really good, the battery lasts quite long and the pictures are really good. No screen burns.
Grats new just released phone and so many problems.
Samsung is careless.
Why they always put on a market half baked product???
wongwatt, 10 Nov 2020My first (and last) Samsung was an S7 Edge and it was utter crap. It took me days to remove a... moreAll your problems are likely caused by the third party launcher you installed.
My first (and last) Samsung was an S7 Edge and it was utter crap.
It took me days to remove all the useless duplicate garbage Sammy insist on installing and even then I had to resort to a third party launcher to hide the rest.
It was slow, janky and crash prone in a way that I've never experienced on any other Android, people insist they've got better yet my wife's S9 came with at least 25 more apps and services installed than even the most allegedly bloated phone I've used over the past few years. It has a system folder that is over 50GB compared to 20-25GB on other devices. It has suffered odd crashes, disappearing storage and weird behaviours during the entire time she's had it. Now the display is burnt in badly after just two years - I just don't understand why people love Samsung and act surprised when faults are reported.
As far as my experience goes, that's business as usual.
Anonymous, 10 Nov 2020factsI guess I'll make sure not to buy products from Crapwei then, don't know who they are but if an anonymous poster assures me they are rubbish I must, of course, believe them.
Unlike Huawei, who make the best camera phones bar none with a snappy and consistent UI and no reported issues for several years...
Is this a repeat of the WiMax Galaxy S2? It EMPed itself when transmitting at full 3G power. The GPS radio would gradually burn out, the phone would get phantom button and screen touches, and the phone would randomly crash. Sprint's WiMax network was a failure so these were essentially 3G phones in a constant state of glitching. Samsung and Sprint have done a great job of removing this from their message boards but they missed one: https://community.sprint.com/t5/Samsung-Epic-4G-Touch/Galaxy-S2-Problems/m-p/689305
Anonymous, 10 Nov 2020Do you even own the phone?Launched at 50k in india (Exynos)
Within 10 days started selling at 38k. Which almost never happens.
Amazon quickly stopped promoting it on its site due to negative feedback and reviews.
All YouTube reviewers said same thing about Indian Exynos version.
Still do you think it really matter whether I own this phone or not. My opinion was regarding this particular model not against company. I own S10 lite and it's great. In last moment I decided to go for this instead SE after thorough research and it's the best decision I hv ever made about phone.