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April update has introduced a green display tint issue on the Galaxy S20 Ultra

by RPRNA Group

Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Ultra Exynos variant owners are reporting that the most recent April security update has introduced a green display tint issue. Recently, the Exynos variant owners also complained about the autofocus and overheating issues.

According to the Samsung community forum, the Galaxy S20 Ultra owners are complaining of issues that their displays suddenly developed green hues when using at the 120Hz refresh rate and the brightness drops below 30%. It looks as though it affects a subsection of apps including Samsung Pay, Camera, Calculator, Snapchat, Telegram, PUBG: Mobile, Chrome, and a few more.

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Some are facing this issue when the battery level drops below 5% and the device temperature goes beyond 40-degrees Celsius. In addition, the green tint issues would appear when the refresh rate reverts to 60Hz inside apps that don’t natively support 120Hz refresh rates.

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Most of the complaints come from Exynos variant owners. To resolve this problem, you have to restore the device. If it doesn’t fix the display issue, we will have to wait for a software update.

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