Samsung’s latest tablet, the Galaxy Tab S5e, can reportedly lose its Wi-Fi connection if you hold it wrong. SamMobile reports that the problem occurs when you hold the tablet in a landscape orientation with the front-facing camera on the left. For some users this causes a reduction in signal, while others are reporting that their tablet’s Wi-Fi connection disconnects entirely. Holding the tablet in portrait mode or with the camera on the right doesn’t appear to cause the same problem.
The launch of Apple’s iPhone 4 back in 2010 was famously beset by a similar issue.