I have currently got an S20 & has been a wonderful phone over the last almost 2 years now. However, the other day it appeared with a green bar at the bottom, middle & top. Ever since then, it has been a bit faulty but still usable. However, the battery seems to have suffered from it. I have a feeling it may of gotten too hot as it was charging while this happened.
Last night, I left the S20 at around 70-80% with all apps closed & when I woke up, it was dead. Here are my current battery patterns on it.
The 14th was the day before the issue, the 15th was the day of the issue & 16th is today so far.
My plan was to hold out for the S23 due to the constant negative feedback about the S22 battery life. Do you think the S22 will perform much better in battery compared to what my S20 is like right now?
Also to add, with trade in & some other discounts the S22 would cost me £489 + live buds + tags.
I've used the Samsung Galaxy s²² Ultra 256Gb Exynos SoC since Launch and haven't experienced any issues with mine although I do appreciate some have.
If you buy from Samsung UK then you have a 14 day cooling off period to try out the phone and if it isn't for you then you can send it back for a refund.
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