Everyone, apart from the earliest Android phones, had proximity sensors to turn off the screen when talking or dropping the device in your pocket. For all the elegant premium features in the new Samsung Galaki S10 family, it does not seem to be using the right proximity sensor. Owners across the Internet complain of accidental touch while the phone is in a pocket, which should not happen on a budget phone, let alone on a phone that costs as much as $ 1,000.

On most phones, the proximity sensor knows when something is pressed on the phone, whether it's your ear while you are on the call or the fabric of your pocket. It seems that the GS10 uses only proximity sensor when talking. So it's easy for your leg to activate the tap to wake through the fabric of your pocket. Users report the waste battery of their phones and activate buttons on the locked screen while in their pockets.

It seems that using the lower screen sensitivity mode does not have any effect – the phone is still awake. The only way to prevent this is to turn off wake-up and ambient screen, which makes the phone harder to wake up with that power button at the top of the top. I hope this is a software error or omission that Samsung may encroach on in the near future.