1. Owen Kim's Avatar
    The phone cannot determine if it's in an pocket or not.
    Accidental touch protection does not prevent accidental touches.
    Double touch wakeup is too sensitive.

    I've had many occasions where my phone was doing something weird unintentionally in my pocket or even in my hand because it couldn't tell if I was intentionally waking it up or not.
    08-14-2019 06:52 AM
  2. fuzzylumpkin's Avatar
    Yeah this is something Samsung realy sucks at. They seem to use ambient light to detect a pocket or bag, which not only doesn't work consistently, but also often decides my phone is in my pocket when I'm using it somewhere dark.

    OnePlus on the other hand uses the proximity sensor, which is a much better solution in my experience.
    08-14-2019 07:43 AM

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