On February 1st, Samsung introduced the Galaxy S23 series at its Unpacked event. However, many Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra users on Reddit and Samsung forums have shared that the phone has a Wi-Fi problem. After these statements, the company has not yet made a statement about the brand new smartphone. So, what is the Wi-Fi problem that Galaxy S23 Ultra users are experiencing, and how can it be fixed? Let’s take a look at the details of the news together.
Wi-Fi problem for the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has appeared on many devices
Samsung recently introduced a new flagship series, which includes the Galaxy S23 Ultra model. Despite the new release of this series, an IT expert who owns a Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra claims that the phone’s Wi-Fi has internet connectivity problems.
According to the IT expert, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has been connecting to Wi-Fi since the day it was purchased, but it has been experiencing connectivity problems. The expert states that they have tried every possible solution to fix this problem and finally resolved it by switching the phone from Wi-Fi 6 to Wi-Fi 5. Other users who have experienced the same problem report that they were successful in solving the problem by resetting the phone to factory settings and disabling Wi-Fi 6 and WPA3.
The IT expert also shared that their spouse also owns the same model of phone, but they have not experienced this problem. Therefore, the problem does not seem to vary by country or connection. On the other hand, according to Gizmochina, Samsung is aware of this problem, but has not made any fixes. The website reports that the company will release an update to resolve the Wi-Fi problem in Galaxy S23 Ultra models shortly after the return period of the smartphones has passed.
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