Samsung’s latest tablet, the Galaxy Tab S5e, can reportedly lose its Wi-Fi connection if you hold it wrong. SamMobile reports that the problem occurs when you hold the tablet in a landscape orientation with the front-facing camera on the left. For some users this causes a reduction in signal, while others are reporting that their tablet’s Wi-Fi connection disconnects entirely. Holding the tablet in portrait mode or with the camera on the right doesn’t appear to cause the same problem.
The launch of Apple’s iPhone 4 back in 2010 was famously beset by a similar issue. Shortly after launch, people realized that the phone would lose all connectivity if you held it the wrong way. Despite Apple’s claim that the problem affected less than one…
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Author: Jon Porter