Some Galaxy S10 Plus units are having signal problems
Samsung Galaxy S10+ may be one of the best available Android phones in the market, but it is definitely not the best when it comes to signal strength. Though the South Korean phone maker is said to release its 5G variant of Galaxy S10 next week, some S10+ users are not even satisfied with its 3G/4G signals.
Some Galaxy S10+ owners have reported complaints that their handset is suffering from signal strength issues. The network problem is apparently affecting the users in the US. According to a thread on Samsung’s forum, some Galaxy S10 Plus owners have observed a weird problem with phone’s signal strength mainly on the US careers; AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile networks.
The claim of these S10+ owners has been further backed up by Android Authority, which has found during its own testing that the S10+ has “greatly reduced signal strength” when compared to the likes of the Galaxy S9 and Pixel 3.
There are certain chances that Galaxy S10 and S10e may be affected with the signal issue, but most of the reports indicate that, if they do have the same issue, it doesn’t appear to be widespread.
It must be noted that some users are occasionally reporting reduced signal strength. In addition, Samsung has not officially responded to the issue, however, Sprint has said that the issue will be fixed in a future software update.