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One of the first "big" problems with the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge has been reported. Owners of the Galaxy S6 Edge on Verizon and Sprint's support forums have shared they are having a screen auto-rotate issue. Apparently, for a small few users, the screen becomes stuck after a few hours of use. Supposedly, adjusting the rotate settings, rebooting the phone, and/or doing a factory reset doesn’t always fix the problem. This end up leaving these users stuck in portrait mode permanently.
So far there's no reply from Samsung, but they are more than likely looking into it aggressively. Theories on the cause of the problem range from a hardware issue with the accelerometer, to a software issue which keeps the device from registering the value properly.
Source: XDA and Verizon
Here's our dedicated Samsung Galaxy S6 & S6 Edge discussion section: Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge General Discussions Android Forum at DroidForums.net