Can confirm that every Galaxy S23 Ultra unit in this store (all demo units and my unit) has this “defect” at the bottom right part of the *display*.
It has that weird look and I’m not even sure where it is a defect or just Samsung itself messing up. pic.twitter.com/4qqv46kRt8
— Alvin (@sondesix) February 16, 2023
At $1,200, the Galaxy S23 Ultra is a very expensive device, so users are right to be alarmed about the screen distortion issue.
In short, even though the bottom corners of the Galaxy S23 Ultra may lead you to believe that the product is defective, that’s not the case. In most cases, you have to look really closely or shine a light to even notice the issue and some users don’t mind it.
The screen is composed of many different layers of components which are pressed together to protect it from water and dust. The refraction of light can cause the display to appear distorted.
The display panel is composed of many layers of components, including surface tempered glass, which is directly covered on the display panel. It adopts a waterproof/dustproof structural design, which can effectively prevent the intrusion of foreign objects or liquids. All Samsung products have passed strict internal quality inspections. The display panel is a component composed of multiple components (surface tempered glass, dustproof, waterproof layer…),Under strong light, lines after refraction of light may be seen at certain angles. This is a normal phenomenon and does not affect the function and life of the product, please feel free to use it.