Samsung’s Galaxy S22 Ultra model is releasing this month, and it already features a flaw in its display that can’t be neglected. Users already start complaining about the bug on the display that occurs when the settings for resolution and refresh rate are set to high.
TechRadar.com brings the information regarding the issue, detailing that what happens, to be more precise, is that strange flickering lines appear on display or in patches when the bug kicks in. The error makes it difficult to watch media content or use the fingerprint scanner. Luckily enough, there is a way to avoid the error.
You can simply adjust the resolution settings
If you’re one of the happy owners of a Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra model, there’s no use getting upset just yet if you have to deal with the error mentioned above. You can just tap over to the refresh or resolution settings and turn them down.
But not everyone who already possesses a Galaxy S22 Ultra phone made by Samsung encounters the problem. The error appears only for the models using the Exynos 2200 chipset.
Here’s how Samsung describes its product:
Break the rules of power and time with the fastest chip on Galaxy and All-Day Battery that lasts beyond a day, on a single super fast charge.
#MakeNightsEpic with the power of Nightography – a brand new, low-light camera experience that makes photos and videos more epic than ever.
And for the first time, the power of Note meets the epic world of Galaxy S with a built-in S Pen.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra breaks the rules of what a smartphone can do.
Welcome to the epic standard.
We all have to admit that Samsung released another amazing phone. Perhaps it’s only a matter of time until the display flaw will be fixed for good.