Things are not going well in Samsung, which has made a great effort to solve the problems in Galaxy S20 Ultra. The company had to withdraw the latest update for the Galaxy S20 Ultra due to errors. Errors include the issue of giving a green screen and slow charging.
Samsung’s efforts to solve problems in the Galaxy S20 Ultra do not seem to be following the plan. According to SamMobile’s report, Samsung had to pull back the latest updates for the Galaxy S20 Ultra due to malfunction notifications. The company did not explain what was the reason for this decision, but when users were to use the high refresh rate, they reported errors such as green screen appearance and slow charging.
Samsung has not made a statement about the issue. While the company is struggling to resolve green screen and other such errors (slow autofocus of the camera, for example), Samsung’s latest flagship has overshadowed its strong release to the market due to these errors. In addition, when these problems are combined with the price of the device at $ 1,400, the question marks in the minds of the users increase.
The problem that occurs at 120Hz
In the screenshots that users shared for the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, the device’s screen was turning green. The only solution for this situation, which does not change in application transitions, is to turn the device off and on for now. This problem with the Galaxy S20 Ultra is seen when the screen refresh rate is at 120 Hz and the brightness is below 30%. Another thing that is known is that this problem occurs not in Snapdragon 865 processors but in Exynos 990 processors.
The biggest device in the series, Galaxy S20 Ultra gives the right of this big body with a giant 6.9 inch screen. Just like the S20 and S20 Plus, the Galaxy S20 Ultra, with a front camera included in the screen, closely follows standard lines.
In fact, both SD 865 and Exynos 990 have 7 nm EUV technology developed by Samsung. Thanks to this technology, the chips that take up less space offer higher performance with lower energy consumption. While both chips have four ARM Cortex A55 cores, Snapdragon 865 has four A77s. Exynos 990 has two A76 and Exynos M5 cores instead of A77.