Samsung’s April 2020 security update brought some troublesome bugs to the Galaxy S20 Ultra, one of them was the green tint display issue.
According to the latest report, Samsung has started working on a software fix for the green tint issue on the display and it would be released soon. Samsung said it acknowledged the issue and confirms that a fix is incoming.
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Samsung said (via Sammobile):
“Samsung is aware of the reported issue, which appears in a very limited number of Galaxy S20 Ultra devices. We plan to provide a software update to fix this issue as soon as possible.”
Samsung didn’t say when this update will arrive. Samsung has already removed the buggy software update from its server, it’s no longer available to download via OTA or Smart Switch.
Some Galaxy S20 Ultra users had also reported overheating when playing games or using the camera app, and autofocus issues. In some cases, the Galaxy S20 Ultra is facing a slow charging problem and disappointing battery life.