Updated February 23: Below is a video of the actual display problem and an answer from a Samsung representative.
Complaints about Reddit Supplied by 9to5Google Early on, users of the Galaxy S22 Ultras with the Exynos 2200 chip will see a flashing band that looks like a TV across the width of the display when watching a video or playing a game.
One of the unlucky users noticed that the S22 Ultra’s always-on display and lock screen were also having problems. However, ignore the flick effect. The flick effect is likely due to the camera they were recording.
If you have Exynos # GalaxyS22Ultra pls, check to see if your device is also affected by this bug (note the lock screen clock graphic glitches / artifacts). It seems to be a widespread problem now. Please reproduce the procedure in the comments. pic.twitter.com/gjznCHTTX2February 22, 2022
All users with this issue are using a 1440p (QHD) resolution S22 Ultra display with Samsung’s natural color profile. Changing any of these seems to work around the problem, but if you prefer natural colors over vibrant colors, or if you want to use the full functionality of the S22 Ultra’s display resolution, use your phone properly. It’s a shame that it looks like you need to change these just for the sake of it.
This display issue seems to affect only the Galaxy S22 Ultra phone. Exynos 2200 Not a tip Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 A version obtained by American and Chinese buyers. This raises concerns that the problem is hardware-based, as software problems theoretically affect both versions of the phone, but it’s difficult to confirm without further investigation.
Samsung itself hasn’t made a statement, Community Forum ModeratorWhen I replied to a long thread about these display issues, I got the following response, as from Samsung:
“We are aware that when customers play Youtube or unlock their devices with their fingerprints, the number of Galaxy S22 Ultra devices that show pixelated lines on the display is limited.
This issue can rarely occur if the user sets the device resolution to WQHD and the screen mode to natural mode.
We are already working on a patch for the Galaxy S22 Ultra and will soon release a software update to address this issue.
Until then, we recommend changing the screen mode of your device to Vivid and the resolution to FHD +.
Also, keep your device up to date with the latest software. “
The above problem has not occurred. Galaxy S22 Ultra Review Although it is a unit, it has a Snapdragon 8 Gen1 chip.