Samsung plans to update more than 50 devices to Android 14 by the end of 2023. This is something that users of its devices will love and applaud. The commitment the brand has shown in recent years to support its phones has been amazing, but this time it might be a good idea to wait a little.
If you haven’t updated your Samsung Galaxy phone to One UI 6 yet, we recommend that you don’t do so and wait a little longer. Why? Because your Samsung display will most likely have difficulty updating to Android 14. And that’s what’s happening.
Several users have reported this Samsung community forum AND Reddit And other platforms have reported that their Galaxy screens are suffering after updating their devices to Android 14. The issue involves ghostly images that remain persistent on the AMOLED panels of Galaxy mobile phones.
This may not happen as often towards the center of the screen, where we always navigate. However, there’s a lot going on in the notification bar and the bottom bezel where the navigation buttons are located. Many of the icons displayed in these areas are not clearly visible.
As we have just mentioned, our advice to avoid this problem on your mobile phone is not to update it to Android 14/One UI 6.0 at the moment. It is very likely that Samsung will fix this error with a new update in the next few days, as this is a relatively simple issue to fix.
However, the company has not yet expressed its opinion on the matter and we do not know which patch it will resolve. So, the best thing you can do is to wait for some time before updating your Samsung Galaxy phone.