• Top 5 things I'd change about the Galaxy S9+

    1 month ago - By Android Central

    The Galaxy S9+ is great out of the box, but there's room for improvement.
    Samsung decided to take a conservative route with the Galaxy S9 series , with the phones featuring the same design aesthetic as last year's Galaxy S8 while offering a few select upgrades. The camera now sports variable aperture, the Quad HD Super AMOLED display is 15% brighter, and the devices feature the latest hardware in the form of the Snapdragon 845 and the Exynos 9810 .
    Essentially, the Galaxy S9 series is a refined version of last year's flagships, with improved cameras and minor design tweaks. That said...
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  • Some Galaxy S9 owners have unresponsive touchscreens

    Some Galaxy S9 owners have unresponsive touchscreens

    1 month ago - By Android Central

    Samsung's looking into the issue.
    It's not uncommon for a new gadget to launch with a few bugs here and there, but the severity of these often varies from phone-to-phone. Even a company as large as Samsung still manages to drop the ball here and there, and according to a number of customer complaints , something wonky is going on with the Galaxy S9's touchscreen.
    The issue at hand has to do with the responsiveness of the Galaxy S9's screen. People are experiencing "dead spots", meaning that swiping or tapping on the display doesn't result in anything happening the way it should. This issue...
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  • How to get the best battery life out of your Galaxy S9 and S9+

    How to get the best battery life out of your Galaxy S9 and S9+

    1 month ago - By Phone Arena

    Тhere isn't much for Samsung to brag about when it comes to battery life on the Galaxy S9 and S9+. They have the same battery capacity as their predecessors, and again fit squarely in the middle of the pack when it comes to endurance on a charge from flagships with QuadHD resolution displays.
    Granted, the default screen resolution is FullHD+, but there are still more than 4 million pixels that have to be lit up, as opposed to two and change on "real" 1080p displays, so that doesn't help nudging the battery life up one iota. Samsung's own official battery life ...
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  • Galaxy S9 has a ‘dead zone' screen issue that you need to know about

    Galaxy S9 has a ‘dead zone' screen issue that you need to know about

    1 month ago - By TheBoyGeniusReport

    The screen has been the most important smartphone component for years now. It's pretty much the only way to interact with a handset, so it needs to work flawlessly, whether we're talking about a $50 affordable handset or the best Android device you can get right now, Samsung's Galaxy S9.
    As it turns out, however, a number of early Galaxy S9 buyers have discovered an annoying issue with their screens. Apparently, they come with “dead zones,” which are screen areas that don't register any kind of activity.
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  • Samsung is investigating Galaxy S9/S9+ "dead" spot touchscreen issues

    Samsung is investigating Galaxy S9/S9+ "dead" spot touchscreen issues

    1 month ago - By Phone Arena

    Over the last week, a number of reports of malfunctioning Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ touchscreens have emerged online. The spread of the issue is currently unknown, but some owners of Samsung's latest flagships have complained about "dead" spots around the top and bottom bezels, and near the edges of the screen. These dead spots are areas where the screen doesn't register touch.
    The majority of complaints about this issue have been submitted by owners of the Galaxy S9+, although reports of the same problem happening on the Galaxy S9 have also been recorded. ...
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  • Galaxy S9 deals, specs and news: Galaxy S9, S9+ users complain of touchscreen 'dead zones'

    Galaxy S9 deals, specs and news: Galaxy S9, S9+ users complain of touchscreen 'dead zones'

    1 month ago - By The Inquirer

    Samsung says it's investigating the borkage
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  • Samsung knows about your Galaxy S9 ‘touchscreen responsiveness issues', working to fix them

    Samsung knows about your Galaxy S9 ‘touchscreen responsiveness issues', working to fix them

    1 month ago - By Pocketnow

    If your hot new Galaxy S9 or S9+ doesn't respond to touch, presenting smaller or larger display "dead zones", you should know Samsung is already investigating the issue.
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