Does every single Galaxy s20 Ultra get the crack in the back of the camera? Will a camera protector help it from doing so? I use an otterbox defender series pro case and so far, so good. I'm getting my fingers crossed that it doesn't happen.
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Not to be rude, but this is my conclusion based on what you wrote.
You cracked the screen on your brand new phone, and so immediatly bought an otterbox defender case to put it in so that you could illicit sympathy from the people here.
How do I come to that conclusion? You wrote:
Typically I am not a fan of phone cases. They're clunky, annoying and in my opinion detract from the overall appearance and usability of the device.
As a person who had a note 2 in an otterbox, I feel the same way, this case doubled the thickness and weight of the phone, and I never even dropped it once, so I do not use cases any more other than minimal ones, such as the Silicone case that my note 20 ultra is currently in.
So to me, someone who hates cases, would NOT buy the biggest, bulkiest one before even powering on the phone.
Also, your picture of you phone shows a disregard for its safety, as what it is sitting on is far from level. The crack itself, should not even hamper it's functionality as it does not go over any lenses, so not even sure why it is an issue, other than asthetics.
As for the 100's of posts about this happening, I have not seen 1, not for the Note20 Ultra, which uses a different glass than the S20 ultra uses.
uBreakiFix is an authorized Samsung repair center. They are a place where you drop off your phone, and then either wait in their lobby, or come back an hour or two later and pick up your repaired phone. Two hours without your phone is WAAAY better than upwards of two weeks!
While my phone was charging overnight It broke. On my nightstand just totally broke. Unacceptable. I have been a loyal samsung customer for 10 years and will never buy another of their products. GLASS DOESNT BREAK LIKE THIS NATURALLY. THIS IS A SERIOUS QUALITY ISSUE. LET ME BE VERY CLEAR THIS WAS NOT IMPACT DAMAGE AS I HAVE NOT DROPPED MY PHONE. This image matches a lot of other images of people with broken s20 phone either way with as many reports as there are Samsung should do something about this they have lost a customer. I never had any issues with my S7 but I had numerous issues with my S10 and this was the final straw with my s20. Just purchased two new iPhone 12 pro Max. I'd rather pay double then throw anymore money into this sinking ship.