Samsung's new Galaxy S9 is facing reports of an unresponsive touchscreen

Joanna Estrada
March 25, 2018

The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus have scarcely been on sale for a week and already some Galaxy S9 owners are reporting dead zones. Now it's time for other upcoming flagships and one of the key ones is of course the Galaxy Note 9.

This may only be present in the pre-series version, but if you've had a similar experience, we would recommend you get in touch with Samsung to request a new phone. It appears like Samsung's Galaxy S9 lineup is one of those products.

Read on to read our pick of the features we'd love to see on 2019's must-have handset. "There is enough time for the display company to improve the technology to meet the handset maker's expectations before the launch of the Note 9 in late August", the source added.

There are no confirmed reports from Samsung regarding the new features of the Galaxy Note 9, except for the fact that the device is likely to adapt Note 8's Infinity Display and the usual S stylus pen.

The reason the fingerprint scanner moved to the back of the S8 - having been on the front for previous models - is that it takes up valuable real estate on the front of the phone that could be used by the screen. Some say they were able to resolve the issue after a factory reset, while others found turning up the touch sensitivity solved the problem. We just saw the Vivo X21 so we're wondering how come Samsung can't use the same technology yet.

Imaging options on the Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime 2 include a single 13-Megapixel rear camera setup with LED flash and a 13-Megapixel selfie/front camera. If true, the company may have an edge over Samsung and Apple in the market by a few months.

"In a broad sense, we expect uncertainties such as trade protectionism and geopolitical risks to persist throughout the year, and the paradigm in the IT industry to keep shifting", Kwon said.

Many Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ users are complaining about the "dead spots" on their recently purchased phones. The Samsung Galaxy X has reportedly received certification from Wi-Fi Alliance, Bluetooth SIG, and NRRA, which suggested that the phone could soon get launched. That's £170's worth of price rise in only two years.

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