When your high-end smartphone like the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus starts to have slow performance or becomes sluggish, you can almost expect it to be a firmware issue unless your phone shows signs of physical and/or liquid damage. There are also times when such issue is caused by some apps especially heavy or graphics-intensive games.
The LG G7 ThinQ smartphone is an octa-core device that comes with powerful specs, huge storage capacity, and cutting-edge features. This device surely entrenched pretty high-specs that make more people think it will not and cannot give into performance issues, especially at an early stage. But nonetheless, there are just some factors that can trigger
It’s typical for mobile devices to slow down in time with regular usage. But it’s a bit bizarre for new ones to perform the same at an early stage especially those tagged among the high-tiered smartphones to-date. Nonetheless, it can happen and has already occurred to a lot of powered smartphones including Samsung’s Galaxy line-ups.
The Galaxy S9 is by far one of the most sophisticated and best high-end smartphones to date. Aside from sporting a number of new advanced features and functionalities, the S9 is also powered by a Snapdragon 845 mobile platform that’s designed to support premium mobile devices that exceed the advanced users’ expectations. However, it later
Freezes and lags are very common performance issues you may encounter when you own a smartphone. These issues happened to Galaxy S9 and Note 8 (and owners of earlier Galaxy devices) owners and they may also happen to your new Samsung Galaxy Note 9. These problems often go together and most of the time you
Poor performance is a common problem which may happen to premium phones like the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. While it’s often very annoying to see your supposedly fast device run like an old phone, the problem is pretty minor. There are times when the poor performance is caused by some applications while there are also
Lagging and freezing symptoms are usually accompanied by other performance issues like random restarts, stuck apps, and system crashes. These symptoms usually occur due to wear-and-tear but may also occur earlier when triggered by errant apps or data corruption on the phone. Oftentimes, these problems are rectifiable by some workarounds unless hardware damage is present.
Sluggishness or slow performance in smartphones is among common indicators of wear-and-tear. But there are also some brand new phones that are already experiencing the same symptoms even at an early stage. This is possible due to many different factors particularly with the software. Among the common triggers are bad updates, errant apps, invalid settings,
Is your Samsung Galaxy A3 starting to slow down? Find out why and how to speed it up again. It is normal for mobile devices to slow down after months or years of regular usage. In fact, sluggishness is one of the common indications that a device has aged and/or depreciating. The blame can be
Some users of the Samsung Galaxy S8 have contacted us asking why their phones started to perform poorly after the major Android 8.0 Oreo update. According to some, freezes and lags started to manifest after updating their devices. There are also those who said that the update may have messed up their phones because they
Performance issues depicted by symptoms like frequent freezes and lags are usually attributed to memory problems like insufficient storage space on the phone. Other factors that are likely to inflict the same problems are bad updates, errant apps, software bugs and malware. In worst cases, these symptoms could be triggered by damaged hardware. Corrupted or
Performance issues in mobile devices may occur earlier or later depending on the way they’re used. For example, a device is more likely to show symptoms of performance degradation with extensive heavy usage. This is when a device begins to slow down. Aside from heavy usage, there are other factors like faulty updates, software bugs
While the Samsung Galaxy A70 is a mid-range device, it’s still packed with some pretty impressive hardware specs. Needless to say, the phone is fast and runs smoothly. However, some users have been complaining that their units started running slow after just a few weeks of use. This problem, of course, depends on a lot
If a high-end smartphone like the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus keeps lagging or became sluggish, then there could be an issue with its firmware. Performance problems are often tied to system issues and while they’re often very annoying, they’re not really that difficult to fix. In fact, you may be able to make your phone