Notably, Samsung’s Galaxy S8’s display has been earning the handset a great deal of appreciation from reviewers all over the world, however, some South Korean units of the device were reported to have shown a red tint on their display panels sometime last week.
Samsung wasted no time before acknowledging the issue and further suggested that users can fix the issues themselves with adjustments within the smartphone. Following that, a new report just surfaced online, claiming that Samsung is planning to roll out an update to fix the issue.
Interestingly, the South Korean company had tried to downplay the issue by claiming that there is no issue with the device, but now discloses of its plans to push out the update soon.
According to one report, the company claims that the new development was prompted by unsatisfied customers, who claimed that, Samsung’s intervention was a must.
This has forced the hands of South Korean tech giants to bring out an upgrade of the software for all Galaxy S8 clients.
What’s more, the company also announced that there will be an additional update to make color revisions more minutely before the end of April.
Some users who got early hands on the Galaxy S8 device reportedly complained that despite adjusting the red color to the lowest setting, the tint issue did not away.
Apart from several other reports that claimed that the problem was due to a million unknown reasons, as it now appears, however, it seems as though the issue can be resolved with a software update. Nevertheless, we will have to wait and see how quickly the company rolls out the update.