Samsung launched its Galaxy Note 20 and Tab S7 series this month. The Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra are flagship smartphones. While the Galaxy Tab S7 series serves as the flagship level tablets. However, both of them are facing a major issue. It is reported that the Galaxy Note 20 series and the Tab S7 series are having a green tint display issue.
Green tint issue strikes again.. with Note 20 Ultra!
The report comes from Sammobile, who reported that multiple Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and Tab S7 series buyers are complaining about a green tint on display. According to the users, upon going to a lower brightness level a green tint is visible on the display.
The issue is surfacing on the Snapdragon version of Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The Snapdragon variant of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is selling in the United States. However, the green tint issue on Galaxy Note 20 Ultra isn’t because of the processor. It is a common problem found in AMOLED displays.
The green tint issue has been in many flagship devices in the past from popular OEMS including OnePlus, Google as well as Apple. First I made a post about the top 5 reasons to not buy Note 20 and go for the Ultra model. But now it seems like we have issues with the Ultra version as-well.
Worst Galaxy Note Device?
It seems like this is one of the worst Galaxy Note devices apart from the unlucky factor in the Note 7 era. Will Samsung survive with these expensive yet incapable flagship devices? Or Apple will take over with its strategy of providing powerful smartphones at every price segment?
To recall, Samsung Galaxy Note 20 comes at a price tag of $999 in Mystic Bronze, Gray, and Green options. While the Note 20 Ultra starts at $1,299 comes with Mystic Bronze, White, and Black options. You will be able to grab the phone from Samsung.com and carrier partners.