Last week ended with the news that 100 Galaxy Note 20 Ultra users were complaining about a camera glass issue. Apparently there were some weird spots on it and gaps that let air or steam bubbles form on the inside of the glass. Now the same Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has a green screen tint issue, but it’s not alone: the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 also has it.
By the way, the issue is way more common than you’d think. It appeared on the Galaxy S20 series, also on the iPhone 11 series and the Pixel 4. There were software updates for it and also some replaced units. How does it all happen? It’s very simple: a green hue appears on the device’s screen once you turn the brightness to a lower level, below a certain threshold. Some say that the problem lies within Super AMOLED drivers, but experts say that’s not the case.
Even the new OnePlus Nord has it. This screen replacement Albuquerque says in most cases it was all solved with a mere update, as it happened with all the Galaxy S20 models earlier this year. Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7+ were unveiled on August 5th and they’re flagship tablets with Snapdragon 865+ processors and huge batteries. The Tab S7+ goes as far as to have a 10.090 mAh battery, with a 5.7 mm waistline. How they pulled that off boggles the mind. The screen of the bigger model is a 12.4 inch Super AMOLED panel with a 120 Hz refresh rate, a premiere for Samsung slates.
It has HDR10 and 2800 x 1752 pixel resolution. There are quad speakers here, dual cameras and charges faster than the Note 20 Ultra (45W).