Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is one of the premium smartphones launched at the ‘Unpacked’ event in August 2018. It comes with many premium features such as a powerful processor, Dynamic AMOLED curved edge display, S-Pen support, and much more. This S-Pen powered smartphone was also awarded as the ‘Best Phone of the Year’ award by Consumer Report.
Suddenly some of the Galaxy Note 9 users are facing issues on their device. According to them, the screen of their device had slowly started turning yellow-green after updating to the latest One UI 2.5 update, which brings new features.
Users have tried everything such as changing the display color settings of the Note 9 but the problem remains unfixed. After the users didn’t found any solution to this issue, reported on the community page of the company.
Meanwhile, another Note 9 user on Reddit spotted a bug with the display. In contrast, this issue causes continuous ghost taps on the screen while the phone is unlocked. And at the same time, the screen also turns translucent white.
Furthermore, the Galaxy Note 9 users were also having screen related issues in the past after an update but this problem seems more sophisticated than before. It is almost clear that these issues are caused after updating to the latest firmware.
Although, until now there are no words from Samsung on this matter and we hope that the company will do something to safeguard its old flagship smartphone from such problems. If you are also facing such problems with your Galaxy smartphone then let us know in the comments below.
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