Report: There’s an issue with battery indicator of the Galaxy S20 Ultra, Note 20 Ultra, and more

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra comes with outstanding hardware and software, it packed with a massive 5000mAh battery. The same story with the latest Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and other flagship devices, they all come packed with strong battery life.

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According to a new report, the Samsung Galaxy flagship phones are facing problems with battery indicator. As reported by Sammobile, a dedicated Samsung blog, the Galaxy devices is getting shut down on 3% battery. Folks over Sammobile confirmed that the incident was not accidental, they are facing similar issues with the newly launched Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and the Tab S5e.

The report further claimed that it is not a new issue, the Galaxy devices launched last year have the same problem, they “eat through the last 1-5% of battery charge much, much faster than normal.”

It seems like Samsung’s battery indicator is not showing the correct charging level. This could also be the drawback of using the super fast charging. Oh, wait… the Galaxy Tab S5e is using just 15W of charger.

It is still unclear why these problems occurred, and Samsung has not responded to this yet. Are you facing the same issue? Let us know in the comments below.

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