Everyone except the earlier Android phones had proximity sensors that turn off the screen when you're calling or lowering the device in your pocket. With all the new luxury features of the Samsung Galaxy S10 family, they seem to be using the proximity sensor incorrectly. Internet owners complain of a random touch when the phone is in their pocket, which should not happen on a budget phone, not to mention that it costs as much as $ 1

,000.

In many phones, proximity sensors know when someone is pressed on the phone, or your ears when you call, or pocket tissue. The GS10 seems to be using only a proximity sensor when you speak. So your feet are easy to pocket off to wake up your pocket fabric. Users notify their phones of the battery and activate the buttons on the lock screen when they are in their pockets.

Lower screen sensitivity mode seems to have no effect – the phone is still awake. The only way to prevent this is to turn off the tap to wake up the environment screen, making the phone harder to wake up with this power button up. We hope this is a software bug or maintenance that Samsung may fix in the near future.