The Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge won’t be officially available until April 10th, but some have reported of the Samsung Galaxy S6 camera flash problems that don’t completely turn off the Galaxy S6 camera flash once the Galaxy S6 turns off. A few days ago, reports said that some Galaxy S6 units shipped to buyers with screen defects out of the box, and now some customers are complaining on the xda-developers forums of a faulty Galaxy S6 camera flash.
It’s been suggested the Samsung is working on a firmware update to fix this issue, but in the mean time, there is another way to turn off the camera flash on the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. The best way to fix the Galaxy S6 camera problem is to remove the battery. You can read how to remove the Galaxy S6 battery guide to help solve the flash issue on the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge.
If the camera flash on the Galaxy S6 is not turned off, then this will have a negative effect on battery life of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. The reason for this is because the flash will obviously drain the battery faster than normal.
It’s not clear at this time how many users are affected by this particular Galaxy S6 problem, especially since the device isn’t yet widely available.
Source: [ XDA-DEVELOPERS ]