I am having a similar issue with RAWs from a Samsung Note 9 rear camera. A band on one edge of each photo looks corrupted since updating to Camera Raw 11. The very same files looked fine yesterday, and now all of them show this band. Here is an example DNG: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AiMZJM5KACmmzXsRGJtgmT4a3ZVJ (shared via OneDrive)
I'm having the exact same issue with my Galaxy S7 as well. Everything was fine before the update.
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On another forum a Adobe Employee reacted as follows:
Thanks, for reporting this. I can also see the same artefact on importing your images.
I have logged a bug for the team, and we will be investigating a fix for this issue in an upcoming update.
Thanks again, and appreciate your patience.
Same issues with files from S8 and Note 9. Please let me know if you need any of the files for investigating the issue.
Same issue with Samsung S7 dng files.
I am glad I found this. I am having the same issue and was troubleshooting the last 30 mins at first I thought it was in my head. It seems like if I upload a picture through the laptop its fine, but the same file uploaded through my phone (Samsung s9+) has a pink line on the side. Also I've only tried the raw files taken from my phone. The raw files display fine in my gallery and in Snapseed.
Same with Galaxy s8+
I have the same problem: DNG files from S7, S8 and S9 phones are displaying a corruption "banding" on the longest edge (left or bottom depending on the picture rotation). This is very problematic.
I did a lot of trouble shooting using different softwares and switching video cards (NVIDIA vs Onboard INTEL) same issue.
It is related to Adobe DNG engine.
I just found a temporary workaround there (working for bridge and photoshop but not lightroom : Samsung Galaxy S9 Pro Camera's DNGs processed very differently after recent updates... )