After the Galaxy S9 did not sell as well as Samsung hoped, the last thing the company needed was a new controversy that distracted from the fact that the Galaxy Note 9 is one of the best Android phones of the year 2018 That's exactly what seems to have happened, because over the weekend there were reports of hardware failures that blew light through the side of the display on Galaxy Note 9 smartphones.
First discovered by Android Police (and some early users in the Android Central forums), the problem is called a gap between the edge of the display and the bezel, where a thin Described line of light shining through. In some cases, the line is continuous and appears all the way over the phone. In others it is divided.
Former Android Police Author Paul Fidalgo tells the site that he has exchanged his grade 9 five times before he could find a unit that did not have the problem. He was finally able to find a Best Buy display unit that did not show the detection. It's also worth noting that many Note 9 owners do not experience this problem, and our own Zach Epstein did not notice the light bleeding as he went 9th at the beginning of the month.
Although the bug does not affect the actual functionality of the phone, several users have said that once they get the light through the phone Leakage side of the display can not pick it up. Several people have pointed out that this has been a common occurrence on Samsung phones since the introduction of the curved display, but annoyances like these should not be the norm when a company wants to charge $ 1,000 for a smartphone.