The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip's default keyboard has a bug that can get quite annoying
The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is an interesting take on the once-popular flip phone concept. The device looks to correct some of the shortcomings of the Galaxy Fold while aiming to take on the Moto Razr 2019. While most reviewers could manage to have only a short time with the Galaxy Z Flip, some issues have already started becoming apparent.
Windows Central's Zac Bowden tweeted what appears to be a peculiar issue with the Flip's keyboard. He noticed that the Flip's default Samsung keyboard would automatically lowercase any uppercase letters that are typed. Interestingly though, it did not seem to lowercase the word "Samsung".
Bowden says that he tried resetting the settings and even turned autocorrect on and off, but that apparently didn't solve the issue. It's not a deal-breaking problem but can get quite annoying if you need proper letter-casing in your texts.
We expect Samsung to easily fix this via an app update, but those who have already spent nearly US$1,400 and are annoyed by this bug can use Gboard or SwiftKey in the meanwhile.
One really annoying issue on the Flip. For some reason the Samsung keyboard is automatically correcting words with lowercase letters. I've tried resetting settings, turning off/on autocorrect. Nothing. pic.twitter.com/fp8tCZOyUt— Zac Bowden (@zacbowden) February 15, 2020
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