Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition (FE) is the cheapest model in the flagship Galaxy S20 series that brings a few compromises in terms of specs but at a lower price. Some early adopters reported that they were facing display issues with the device, but fortunately, Samsung has now fixed those with a new software update.
The display issues these devices were facing had to do with touch input. While some had to deal with ghost touches, others reported that their screens were unresponsive to taps or swipes or were not responding to any touch at all. Since the issue was diverse, no one was able to figure out the root cause of the problem.
However, Samsung is now rolling out a new software update for Galaxy S20 FE units worldwide that reportedly fixes this issue. It is available for both the 4G Exynos versions and the 5G Snapdragon 865 models for the device.
The changelog for the update does not mention fixing a display issue, but many have reported that the display issues were resolved as soon as they updated their handsets.
If you happen to have a Galaxy S20 FE, we recommend updating your device to the latest version. The firmware version of the new software build is G78xxXXU1ATJ5.