The Samsung Galaxy S10 range of smartphones has been available for about a month now, some owners of the handsets have started to report some network issues with the device.
A number of Galaxy S10 owners have reported on Reddit and the Samsung Community forum about issues with signal strength on their handsets.
This is apparently happening on all of the mobile carriers, although there are reports that it is affecting customers on Sprint more than the others. There are also users experiencing problems on AT&T and T-Mobile.
According to a recent report by Android Police, the way you hold the handset can affect the signal strength of the device.
Sprint has said that this issue will be resolved in a future software update, we presume this update will be coming from Samsung so it should fix the issues with the other carriers as well. If you have had this problem on your Samsung Galaxy S10, please leave a comment below and let us know.
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