This problem has been seen in other Galaxy S20 phones, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and Galaxy Note 10 phones.
It looks like Samsung is slowly opening up in 2021 when it comes to software updates. According to a new report by Glassclub.nl, Samsung users are joining their first OS of the year with the OneUI 3 launched by the company recently. The bug is not annoying or big, but it is something that hides the details. The report says that since the day changed, several people who support Samsung phones with Android 11 based on OneUI 3 are unable to see battery statistics in the Device Storage section under Settings.
This problem has been identified in some of the Galaxy S20, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and Galaxy Note 10. It is worth adding that the Galaxy Note 10 is the latest to get the OneUI 3. It has been mentioned that when selecting the Battery category on the Device Maintenance tab, UI will no longer show normal battery charging graphs. It will not show the last charging cycle and average battery usage for the past seven days again.
However, an indication of the remaining battery percentage and number of hours remaining remains visible. Samsung has not yet commented on the disease. However, we are soon expecting the company to release a new update to fix this small but exciting bug.
It is worth adding that in addition to new features and enhancements, the OneUI 3 is also said to include a December security update. Interestingly, by the time the Korean giant has started releasing the One UI 3.0 update to its premium smartphone, it has also started installing budget smartphones in its One UI 3.0 beta system. And the latest smartphones to install this app are the Galaxy A51 and Galaxy M31.