Galaxy S23 Users Report Battery Charging and Overheating Issues After One UI 6.1 Update

The One UI 6.1 update for the Galaxy S23 has brought with it a number of problems, including battery charging limitations and overheating.

Last week, Samsung released the One UI 6.1 update for its flagship Galaxy S23 and Galaxy Z Fold 4 smartphones. The new update brought Samsung’s new Galaxy AI features to these devices, but it also introduced some problems.

After the release of One UI 6.1, many Galaxy S23 users complained that the battery charging power was limited to 15 watts. This problem seems to have existed in One UI 6 as well, limiting the charging speed from the phone’s default 25 watts to 20 watts.

One Reddit user reported that a new problem has been created for the Galaxy S23 after receiving the One UI 6.1 update. According to this user, their updated Galaxy S23 gets very hot even when it is not in use, with the location turned on and connected to Wi-Fi.

Another user has also confirmed this new problem. Given that this overheating occurs when the phone is at room temperature and not running any heavy apps or games, it can be considered a serious problem for One UI 6.1.


Additional Information:

The One UI 6.1 update is based on Android 13.

The update brings a number of new features, including Galaxy AI, improved camera

performance, and new security features.

The update is available for the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Ultra, and Galaxy S23+.

Users who are experiencing problems with the update can report them to Samsung through the Samsung Members app.

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