All but the earliest Android phones had proximity sensors to turn off the screen when you were in a call or dropped the device in your pocket. For all the fancy premium features of the new Samsung Galaxy S10 family, they do not look like the proximity sensor. Internet owners complain of accidental touches while the phone is in a pocket, which should not happen in a budget phone, leaving the one that costs $ 1,000.

On most phones, proximity sensor knows when something is pressing the phone, even your ear during a call or the fabric of your pocket. The GS1

0 seems to only use the proximity sensor when you are in a call. So, it's easy for your leg to trigger the tap to wake up the feature through your pocket cloth. Users report their battery to the phone waste and activate the keys on the lock screen while in their pocket.

Using the lower sensitivity mode on the screen seems to have no effect-the phone still wakes up. The only way to prevent it is to turn off the tap to wake up and around the display, making the phone harder to wake up the power button near the top. Hopefully this is a bug of software or management that Samsung may patch in the near future.