Samsung just released Galaxy S8 and S8+ phones, and they have turned out to be a great success for the company after the Note 7 fiasco. A couple of days back, some users have reported that they noticed a red tint on their display. Samsung is now working on that issue and users can soon expect a software fix.
Manufacturing AMOLED panels in such huge quantities is a real bear for the company, and every display might not get the even tone. But after the ill-fated Note 7 regaining the customer’s trust is a real deal for Samsung and it should be very careful in each step it takes. The red tint problem is not a big one, though, but Samsung is working very hard trying to manage the situation keeping past disaster in mind.
The current owners of the phones who are facing this issue can expect a software fix, and it’s highly unlikely that they will get a replacement. Also, Samsung is promising to add even more stages to the current colour balance tool to push back the red colour even more which happens to be bothering the customers.
So far this is the only recorded issue with Galaxy S8 and S8+, and I hope there won’t be any other issues further. There is no word from the company as when the fix will roll out, but Samsung should push the fix as soon as possible to calm down the users.
The best phone Samsung has ever made is the Galaxy S8, and it was unveiled on March 29 at an Unpacked event in New York. As a matter of fact, since its launch on March 29 Galaxy S8 pre-orders have already crossed the 1 million unit mark globally. The Galaxy S8 comes in two versions: a 5.7-inch regular S8 and a 6.2-incher called as S8 Plus. It packs Snapdragon 835 chipset, 4GB of RAM, 64GB ROM, 12-megapixel rear camera, 8-megapixel front-facing camera, an iris scanner, Bluetooth 5.0, Bixby Assistant, etc.
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