I've had my watch less than 7 days, but when I put a white background watchface or app on the screen, I notice a black splodge around the edge of the watch screen. Others in the US have reported this also, in various locations around the edge of the screen - but mine is at (roughly) the 1 O'clock position. It's only noticeable on a light background. Nobody has posted any solution about this, though. Anyone else have this? Is it actually a fault or some sort of sensor shadow? Samsung have offered to replace/refund the watch, which is good, but it's a real pain to wait a couple of weeks for a replacement so I'd like ot know beforehand if it's actually a fault. thanks Dave black dot at 1 O'clock position
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@Rukfas wrote: You will solve sync problem if you take off samsung health app from list - close apps when screen lock on your phone. Sorry, don't understand - can you please add more detail? i've had my watch a week to replace a Fitbit Charge 2. As a watch, it's nicely designed. I like some of the watch and phone interface functions. As a fitness tracker, it's dismal and far inferior to the Fitbit I wanted to replace it with. I'm going to give it another few days but will probably have to send it back given the bad experience. For the money, it's poor value unfortunately and is far inferior to my fitbit which is about a quarter of the price. - Steps on watch don't track about 20% of all steps. Phone always reads higher (even though I don't carry it around all the time), fitbit about 20% higher and reasonably accurate (yes, i've counted); - Staircases are a joke - Why shouldn't it sync between the watch and the phone? Everybody else's watches do? - sleep tracking is also dismal. Can't tell when you're lying in bed reading/on the tablet, despite constant movements. You physically have to get up for it to realise you're not still alseep. So fat chance of it being accurate measuring sleep patterns. - Interface to apps such as myfitnesspal also don't work, so you end up adding everything manually. It's a real faff. Works fine with the fitbit. - Wifi also rarely works on the watch. - 7 days battery for the 46mm watch, my a**e. 4 days max with minimal use. and that's with all BT/NFC/GPS etc. switched off. - Oh, and the iphone S-Health app is much more flexible and user-friendly than on the Samsung phone. Seriously? So if anyone can help in the next 4-5 days, I'm all ears. Otherwise I'm going to have to return it.
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