Samsung Galaxy phone owners have been using social media to report audio issues on their phones, which have been going on for a few months and so far have not been fixed by the manufacturer. As informs SamMobile, this Friday (10), the bugs mainly affect the most expensive models of the brand.
Amid the complaints, some users cite that the glitches started from the update to One UI 4, recently released for some smartphones from the South Korean giant. But there are also reports that the bugs have been around since older versions of the interface.
According to Twitter user @Adimimic, the Galaxy phones audio bug appears while making video edits using the device’s built-in program and also while playing games. The problem is more noticeable in low and medium sound frequencies, especially in smartphones with better quality speakers.
@AS1F_IQ Hi, could you publish Samsung game and video editor sound quality bug that hasn't been fixed since March and is on Fold and Flip 3 devices and OneUI 4 also? Maybe they'll hear you! Tnx!
— Adimimic (@Adimimic) December 10, 2021
Interestingly, the flaw is not as noticeable when using headphones, whether in the wired variants or those connected via Bluetooth, according to the complaints. In addition to the social network, reports also appear on Samsung forums and YouTube.