There’s no denying that the Galaxy S21 Ultra and Note 20 Ultra are two of Samsung’s best Android phones to date.Camera recording, LTPO adaptive display and a fantastic battery life, supporting the S pen and quick charging are among of its most important functions, but phones have no drawbacks.
Here, we are not talking about the gigantic size and weight of the S21 Ultra, but rather the camera software from Samsung, which seems to keep both the Ultra and the Note awake while the phone shakes and moves around.
Of course, these wake controls, which are never stopped, can drain rather quickly from the battery of a device, as the phone is constantly alerted even if it is not used, but merely shifted. This thread may be followed for code information, but essentially, the OIS camera system can be at fault:
What if the S20 Ultra, Note 20 Ultra, and S21 Ultra remained in your pocket, traversing substantial miles around the cityscape? What do you do? It’s not much, because it’s not clear first whether the OIS system is a problem (it could be, because it doesn’t have this problem for the rest of this or last year’s S-line gang), and second, if this happens, the blame could be placed elsewhere.
The problem was raised by Samsung, and if you come to the conclusion that the shake-resistance stabilizing system awakens to protect the sensor from tossing while in motion, you may make a correction. We sympathize with them, because others will complain that they haven’t won the battle on their phones.