- Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra was launched earlier in February
- The smartphone is the company's latest flagship
- It also gets a massive a 6.9-inch display
Samsung's latest flagship, the Galaxy S20 Ultra has generally been earning rave reviews since its launch. The phone brings an impressive set of features, and pairs that with absolutely top of the line flagship-grade hardware.
However, a new update rolled out by Samsung may have broken the phone for a few users. As per reports, there's a new bug troubling the Exynos 990 chipset variant of the device, which is leading to some users complaining of a green tint appearing on the display under specific conditions.
The issue seems to be getting fixed after a simple restart, but users say that it frustratingly comes back again to spoil the user experience. As GSMArena points out, this has seen disgruntled users on Samsung support threads attempt to pinpoint exactly what triggers the green tint.
Some users suggest that the issue crops up when they try to use the phone at a high refresh rate, while others claim the issue only comes up when they fire up certain apps like Samsung Pay, Camera, Calculator, Snapchat, Telegram, PUBG: Mobile and Chrome.
Interestingly, the publication explains that this could be because the app itself doesn't support the fast scrolling mode and because of this conflict some users are seeing this issue.
To remind our readers, among the major highlights of the Galaxy S20 Ultra is its massive display. The Galaxy S20 Ultra comes with the biggest display on a Galaxy S series device to date, as it sports a massive display that's 6.9-inches in size. The display also supports a maximum resolution of 1440x3200 pixels and the Infinity-O Dynamic AMOLED screen also boasts of a native 20:9 aspect ratio and a centered punch-hole.
But the Galaxy S20 Ultra's display isn't only the biggest ever for a Galaxy S series phone, it is also the fastest. The Galaxy S20 Ultra's panel is rated to refresh at high speeds that haven't been seen on Samsung smartphones before.
This is because the phone supports 120Hz refresh rate. This also makes it one of the fastest panels in the market, fit to take the challenge from flagships from other phone makers.