Samsung Working on to Fix Laggy Refresh Rate Issue

Samsung Galaxy S21 series
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Samsung is one of the renowned names in the Android smartphone market. It has some of the best Android smartphones with top-notch features including screens with high-refresh rates, good quality cameras, and more. However, a recent One UI 4 Beta Build based on Android 12 issue seems to be affecting the smooth scrolling experience for the users.

As per a Reddit thread, the One UI Beta build for Android 12 has locked the high refresh rates down to just 60Hz on the S21 series. Unsurprisingly, this is causing some issues like stutter scrolling and laggy app experiences. It is worth noting that the bug seems to affect only the S21 devices featuring Snapdragon SoCs. Users with Exynos versions haven’t reported any such issue.

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A Samsung Beta Moderator Has Acknowledged the One UI 4 Issue

What’s more, a Samsung Bet Moderator has acknowledged that the company is working on the solution. And the issue has already reached the internal quality assurance teams. We are still not sure about when a possible fix will arrive. Until then, users with One UI beta build installed can do one thing that they can manually set the display setting to run at 60Hz. It is likely that they can use their device without errant stuttering after that.

From the time of introduction of the Galaxy S21 series; both the Galaxy S21 and S21 Ultra devices are considered the best Android phones in the market. As a matter of fact, many reviewers have placed them in their list of top 10 Android devices of 2021. Therefore, such a glitch is quite frustrating for the users and us as a reviewer.

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