Everyone except the first Android phones have proximity sensors to turn off the screen when you are on a call or leave the device in your pocket. For all the fantastic premium features of the new Samsung Galaxy S10 family, they don't seem to use the proximity sensor correctly. Internet owners complain of accidental touches while the phone is in their pocket, which should not happen with a cheap phone, let alone one that costs up to $ 1

,000.

On most phones, the proximity sensor knows when something is pressing on the phone, be the one on your ear while you are on a call or the fabric of your pocket. GS10 seems to use the proximity sensor only during a call. So, it's easy for your leg to turn on the tap to activate the function through the tissue in your pocket. Users report the low battery of phones and activate the buttons on the lock screen while they are in their pockets.

The use of the lower screen sensitivity mode does not seem to have any effect, the phone still wakes up. The only way to prevent this from happening is to disable the faucet to reactivate and display the environment, which makes the phone more difficult to reactivate with that power button at the top at the top. It is hoped that this is a bug or an oversight of the software that Samsung will be able to apply in the near future.