Yes. It happens to me too. I've been with that problem for a while and I try to solve it with different methods that could give the error. I had read that it was possibly because there is an app that gave some kind of conflict, but I have been testing and I have not found a solution. I disabled Duraspeed, but it didn't fix anything either.
I concluded that it could be because the screen connector with the motherboard didn't make good contact sometimes.
I watched this video to see where that connector was located:
(I can't put links because I don't have 10 posts with my account. Search for youtube "umidigi f1 disassembly" and you will find the video I say).
Based on this video, I pressed my fingers in the area where I think the screen connector is (located according to the video, if I'm not mistaken, from the bottom left of the fingerprint sensor so that, with the pressure, it would do best contact
I've been 1 day since I did that method and the screen hasn't failed again. I do not know if it will be a definitive solution because I am still testing it, but for the moment the touch screen has not failed me again.
You will tell me if it worked for you.
Sorry for my English if it's not perfect, I'm using a translator.
Maybe it could be the problem but I am not 100% sure.