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Samsung Galaxy S20 FE and its Touch Screen issues, is there any solution?



In September 2020, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S20 Fan Edtion (FE), this is a new member of its Galaxy S20 lineup. The Galaxy S20 FE has an attractive price of $699 and equips flagship features including a 7nm octa-core processor with 5G connectivity, 12MP triple rear cameras, a 32MP front-facing camera and packs a 4500mAh battery with fast charging.

The Galaxy S20 FE offers 6 vibrant color options for every smartphone enthusiasts. On the front side, it sports a 6.5-inch Infinity-O Super AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate for high-performance gaming and a smoother user experience.

Aside from all of its goodness, the Galaxy S20 FE has now become a topic of discussion among its users and it’s not for its specialties but a serious issue.

Following its initial sales, users of Samsung Galaxy S20 FE reportedly facing “ghost touches” on the corner of the display. However, this is not the only issue experienced by the users because there’s also a screen sensitivity issue, and touches sometimes appear on the offset or a random place than the actual position of the fingertip.

Some users reported that their S20 FE is not able to respond to scrolling and swiping actions, sometimes these features work very slow, and sometimes it makes sudden jumps from top to bottom.

The touch response rate is sometimes very slow and the display failed to register touch at the same time and even delays it.

According to users on different forums and communities, these problems are not persisted all the time but they do appearing frequently in many Galaxy S20 FE smartphones.

After this widespread problem, Samsung quickly acknowledges it and started the rollout of the first firmware update in October with fixes for “screen touch”. Unfortunately, the update failed to fix the issues.

Then the South Korena tech giant made some improvements to the firmware of Galaxy S20 FE and rolled it out. Still, it didn’t make any significant improvements to the display.

Recently, Samsung began pushing the November update and it also promises to solve the touch screen issue but the story remains unchanged.

Meanwhile, there are no confirmations that have been made whether this problem is related to the hardware of the Galaxy S20 FE or it’s related to the software.

On the other side, Samsung has sped us its process of finding a solution and release a new software update for the Galaxy S20 FE with fixes for these touch-related issues.

Are you facing the same touch screen issues? Let us know in the comments.

Chanakya Shrutam is the lead writer and Editor-in-chief at He is experienced in the field of App development for Android, Machine learning, and graphics designing. Most of the time he writes news articles and stays in front of his computer but he also takes some time off to practice calligraphy with new fountain pens.


Experience Samsung Galaxy S23, S23 Plus and S23 Ultra in 3D!



Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra 3D

Samsung is all set to reveal the Galaxy S23 series, while, tipsters are now sharing the remaining stuff they have in their stock. Thanks to a reliable source EvanBlass, we can now experience the upcoming Galaxy S23, S23 Plus, and S23 Ultra phones in 3D view.

Recently, the source revealed graphical imagery of the Galaxy S23 series and renders of official cases. In addition to accessories, Evan shared Source (1, 2, 3) the 3D view models of the Galaxy S23, S23 Plus, and S23 Ultra in the highest resolution, giving us the best look yet, from each angle!

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Below, we have embedded the 3D model preview of the Galaxy S23 series smartphones. As soon as you tap the play button, the 3D model will prepare its assets to deliver the cleanest look on your phone’s display. Due to hard codes, the page might lag, hence, we recommend you don’t hurry if it takes a while to load.

S23 Ultra

S23 Plus


Notably, Samsung Israel has recently confirmed that if you purchase Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra in Israel, you will get Buds 2 and a wireless charging pad as free gifts. Do note that the deadline to be eligible for these free gifts is February 16, 2023, with a minimum of 1500 units available.

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Samsung Galaxy News: A24 4G clears FCC | M14 5G renders leak in 3 colors



Samsung Galaxy A14 5G

Samsung is going to launch the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy Book 3 series just a few hours later. The company will also showcase the new One UI 5.1 software, which is ready to bring great new features to older smartphones. Meanwhile, two more Samsung phones emerged on the web, let’s discuss the latest news!

Galaxy A24 4G is readying for launch, clears FCC:

Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy A24 4G has passed the FCC certification in the US. The device has earlier spotted on the Indian BIS database with the model number SM-A245F/DS. On the FCC listing, the Galaxy A24 4G carrier model number SM-A245M/DSN and supports 25W charging via EP-TA800 adapter.

In addition to this, it has been revealed that the Galaxy A24 4G supports LTE connectivity, as well as WiFi 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac, Bluetooth, and NFC, and features a microSD card slot as well. It could have a MediaTek Helio G99 processor, 50MP triple rear camera, and a 13MP selfie camera.

A24 4G clears FCC

Galaxy M14 5G renders leak in three colors:

Samsung plans to release a number of low-end mobile phones this year, the Galaxy M14 5G is one of them, and now the renders of this upcoming smartphone have been revealed. As per TechOutlook report, the Galaxy M14 5G would be available in Dark Blue, Light Blue, and Silver color variants.

As shown in the renders, the Galaxy M14 5G comes with an Infinity-V display notch, thicker side bezels and a thicker chin. On the rear, there are three cameras and a unibody design, meaning the back panel wraps around the edges of the phone and covers the internal frame.

M14 5G renders leak in 3 colors

M14 5G renders leak in 3 colors

M14 5G renders leak in 3 colors

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[Updated] Samsung Galaxy S22 battery drain, heating and low power efficiency issues



Samsung S22 S21 One UI 5.1

In February 2022, Samsung introduced the Galaxy S22 series smartphones. These premium Galaxy devices feature Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 (widely) or Exynos 2200 (Europe) chipsets. In software department, the lineup is running Android 13 (One UI 5.0), up from pre-installed Android 12 (One UI 4.1).

On February 1st, the company is going to unveil the Galaxy S23 series, which runs Android 13-based One UI 5.1 out of the box. In near future, the company will share the S23 lineup’s exclusive One UI 5.1 with its older flagship devices through software updates.

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Features apart, the Galaxy S22, S22 Plus and S22 Ultra users are facing different kinds of issues (via PiunikaWeb) with their smartphones such as battery drain, heating and low power efficiency. Users believe that the situation was better before December 2022 patch, which got worse with January 2023 patch.

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Among consumers, there are discussions that the battery drain and heating issues are generated on models due to chipset maker differences as well as Samsung Foundry. The Exynos 2200 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processors are manufactured by Samsung foundry.

Due to inefficient processes, the system on chip gets affected by battery consumption issues due to thermal management. Since consumers in some countries such as India are quite satisfied with their Galaxy S22 phone’s battery, the issue is mainly reported spotted on Exynos models.

Samsung S22 S21 One UI 5.1

During Exynos 2200’s internal testing, Samsung faced critical thermal throttling due to chipset’s inefficiency and additionally powerful GPU, which forced it to reduce clock speed by 0.61Ghz. To bring the world’s most powerful GPU, Samsung partnered with AMD and used Xclipse GPU in the Exynos 2200.

Due to Exynos’ heating and Foundry’s production efficiency issues, Samsung turned to Qualcomm and decided to ditch its self-developed SoC from the Galaxy S lineup. This year, the Galaxy S23 series uses Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset manufactured by TSMC, worldwide.

We hope Samsung will soon fix battery draining and heating issues on the Galaxy S22 devices through firmware update. Since hardware issues can’t be fixed with even hundreds of firmware updates, they could be reduced or optimized with code changes.

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Updated on January 31

A Galaxy S22 smartphone user said on Reddit that Samsung’s authorized service center can just factory reset the device and recommends waiting for a few days since the battery health is good. It looks like processor issues and buggy software is causing the battery drain and overheating issues.

Jan. 30

Samsung released the 2nd January 2023 firmware update Galaxy S22 series in certain regions but the battery drain and overheating issues continue to emerge. Meanwhile, there are different kinds of workarounds, which has the latest entry of turning off “Adaptive Battery” feature.

  • Open System Settings >> Battery >> Adaptive preferences >> Turn on “Adaptive Battery”

Jan. 28

A Reddit user @lazykryptonian said that the Galaxy S22’s overheating issue is caused because of the chipset’s design and Samsung foundry problems. Further, they added that “Some are much better than others but there’s no control over getting a decent one vs bad.”

Jan. 27

A Galaxy S22 Ultra user claimed that after restricting background activities of unused apps, the battery consumption is greatly reduced. As per the user, the battery consumption before restricting activities was 10% per hour, which is now 2% per hour. You can also try it as a temporary fix.

Jan. 25

Samsung provides you with tips that will show you how to get the best out of your battery in everyday usage and how to look after your battery. The tips are as follows:

  • > Reduce display brightness level
  • > Close, disable, or uninstall unused Apps
  • > Turn off Always On Display (AOD) or set a schedule
  • > Toggle off WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS when not in use
  • > Turn on Power saving mode
  • > Check your device Signal bars

Jan. 24

Some users reported having overheating issues during video calls, as well as on WhatsApp video calls. And amid battery drain controversy, a Galaxy S22 Ultra user said that his phone’s brightness was fading day by day, which could be because of abnormal battery drain.

Jan. 23

Issues like abnormal battery drain and overheating continue to emerge on the Galaxy S22 series devices, with Exynos models being most affected. Consumers complained that the January patch destroyed battery performance and generated heating issues, even in normal usage.

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