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New updates are added at the bottom of this story…….
The original story (posted Feb 17, 2023) is as follows:
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is the best flagship smartphone in the S23 series. It features a powerful camera setup, allowing the person to take high-quality photos and videos.
Compared to its predecessor, the S22 Ultra, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra offers better performance, improved battery life, and a smooth gaming experience.
Recently, some buyers of S23 Ultra have started receiving their mobile device, and they are discovering a minor flaw in the newly delivered smartphone.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra “slight defect in the corner of the screen”
based on reports (1And2And3And4And5And6And7And8And9And10), many Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra users are getting a kind of bubble in one of the bottom corners on the screen.
For some, this bubble appears in one corner, either left or right, and for others, it appears in one corner Shown on both sides.
Although it is hard to notice at first glance, some users get worried after seeing this defect in their newly charged device.
It is also worth noting that this bubble or dent on the screen does not affect the display quality of the mobile device. Customers are now wondering if it is normal or a defect that needs to be fixed a guarantee.
I also have and was wondering the same thing, I doubt you can even return it.
Then why not bend the same way on the other corner? It could be a defect or a new part that was introduced with the s23 ultra because it uses a next generation display
Client He complains that it is not right for Samsung to manufacture and sell its high-end devices in a defective condition.
It is also worth noting that some users (1And2And3And4And5And6And7) have witnessed a similar screen defect issue with their Galaxy S22 Ultra as well.
It was like that on my S22u, a wavy thing where the screen meets the border, but the screen was completely straight when I turned it on
I’ve seen people report there was a Note 20, another said there was an S21, and another said there was an S22, so it doesn’t seem like an isolated issue.
Twitter user He also says that this may not be a fit defect, and the dent or bubble may appear due to the way the light bends under the glass.
So, aside from the odd look, it seems like this shouldn’t affect a person’s daily use of their smartphone.
However, we will keep an eye on this issue and update the article as soon as we have any new information.
We have updates dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy S23 series, bugs, issues, and issue tracker so be sure to check it out.
Update 1 (February 20, 2023)
10:32 AM (Indian Time): Samsung provided an explanation of what’s going on on its official Taiwanese site last year. Here’s what they have to say:
Update 2 (February 21, 2023)
12:43 PM (Indian Time): Samsung UK support agent stated that what some users see in the corners of their devices is not a defect. However, the agent did not publicly provide further clarification.
Hey there, we can confirm that this is not a defect of the S23 Ultra!
Due to the character limit, please send us a direct message so we can explain!
Update 3 (February 22, 2023)
12:30 PM (Indian Time): According to Samsung Support UK, the bubble on the screen is caused by multiple layers of glass lamination which provides water and dust resistance.
The Galaxy S23’s display has multiple laminated layers of window glass attached directly to the display panel. To ensure that the equipment is water/dust resistant structures, the seams are pressurized to prevent entry of foreign materials or liquids.
Update 4 (February 23, 2023)
12:07 PM (IST): On their website (see “Update 1”), Samsung claimed that the slight defect on the screen is caused by light refraction at some angles.
However, there is Some pictures From users who have already shown that their Galaxy S23 units have a small bubble (not just a visual effect):
However, it is still something that should not affect the overall user experience as it is not visible at all times and does not affect the image quality.
Featured image source: Samsung Galaxy S23.
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