Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are officially on sale, but some owners of the latest flagship device from the South Korean tech giant are not too thrilled due to non-responsive touchscreen areas on their device.
As reported by CNET, there are complaints about dead zones on the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus touchscreen on Reddit and Samsung forums. Some users say that the top portion of their screen is not responding while others have the same issue but on the bottom part of the smartphone.
Users with this problem tried to fix the issue through a factory reset, and as reported by Android Police, this worked for at least one user. Another fix which could work is to increase the sensitivity of the screen.
Dead zones or areas where inputs get ignored or unregistered is annoying, especially on a touchscreen device. The problem with the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus seems to lie with the digitizer.