Owners of Samsung’s recently released Galaxy S9 Plus are complaining that the touchscreens on their devices aren't working properly, just days after being delivered.
Users say that so–called ‘dead zones’ have developed on their phones, with some unable to pull down notifications from the top of the screen and others unable to type messages because the areas around the E, R and T keys on Google’s Gboard.
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The issue appears to be hardware-based, affecting the first batch of devices released by Samsung.
Worryingly, some users on Reddit and other forums have said that having reported the issue to Samsung, their replacement device also suffered from the same problem.
Samsung has yet to make an official statement about the matter.
But with the Galaxy Note 7's exploding battery problems still fresh in consumers’ minds, it will be hoping this is a limited problem rather than one which grows over the coming weeks.