Regularly moving UI components and other material around by a few pixels prevents burn-in on the screen. Regularly moving UI components and other material around by a few pixels prevents burn-in on the screen. But the One UI 6.0 software, which is based on Android 14, does not have such capability on Samsung’s Galaxy smartphones. Users of the Samsung Galaxy S23 have been complaining of screen burn-in since installing the recent One UI 6.0 upgrade.
This problem affects some icons or graphics, which continue to appear on the screen even after they are closed. Samsung is addressing the problem, though, and hopes to have a solution shortly.
In response to the complaint on the Samsung community forum, an official forum moderator from Samsung stated that the firm is working on a solution and that users should expect to see it resolved before the end of this month. In order to aid the team in more precisely analyzing the issue and coming up with the appropriate fix, the moderator also requested that Galaxy users report the mistake using the Samsung Members app.
Depending on the surroundings and devices, the error might change. If it was left unnoticed, then it would create a great ruckus among the users. Based on the South Korean company’s software update development and distribution procedures, the January 2024 or February 2024 security upgrade should restore the OLED screen burn-in protection to the majority of Galaxy phones and tablets.
Samsung has asked impacted consumers to wait patiently for the update, and the company is always trying its hardest to ensure that One UI 6.0 offers a positive experience. Furthermore, the firm hinted at the creation of One UI 6.1, which might upgrade and add additional features to the Galaxy S23.
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