Samsung launched the Galaxy S22 Ultra a few days ago. Now there is some problem in the GPS (Global Positioning System) of this phone. After receiving complaints from users, the company has promised to fix it as soon as possible.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra users are facing the problem of GPS. After receiving the complaint, now the company is working on fixing this problem. According to GizmoChina, a moderator in the Samsung forum said that the company is aware of the problems and is working on fixing them via a software update.
GPS Issue in Galaxy S22 Ultra
Several Galaxy S22 Ultra users are reporting on Samsung’s community forum that apps like Google Maps and other apps that require GPS (Global Positioning System) are not working properly. According to user reports, GPS problems in Europe are affecting consumers to a large extent.
Specifications of Galaxy S22 Ultra
Talking about its specifications, Samsung has given the largest pixel sensor ever in this model, which enables its camera lens to capture more light and data. It houses a 12MP ultra-wide camera at the back, a 108MP camera, a 10MP telephoto camera (3x optical zoom) and a 10MP telephoto camera (10x optical zoom). At the same time, it has a 40MP front camera for selfie. Advance super clear glass lens is seen in this camera phone.
At the same time, in this device you get to see AI super resolution technology in 100X space zoom. Along with this, 10x optical zoom and 10x digital zoom have been given. The S22 Ultra also supports 45W super-fast charging.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra has been given 4nm based Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 / Exynos 2200 processor. It will get amazing gaming experience. Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will work on Android 12 based One UI 4.1. Talking about the price of Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, its starting price is 1,09,999. At the same time, the price of its top variant is Rs 1,18,999.