Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ are yet to be available in quite a good number of markets across the globe, but the few who have the phone have already reported some flaws with the phones.
At first, it was the hole that allowed Galaxy S8 and S8+ users to remap the Bixby button and assign it a different role. For instance, one could choose to let it open the Google Assistant or even any other preferred app instead of the default Bixby. Upon this realization, the South Korean tech giant has moved in swiftly, rolling out an update to the two phones with a fix to this issue.
Now, in another similar attempt to take care of early flaws discovered in the Galaxy S8 and S8+, Samsung has confirmed that it will be rolling out an update this coming week – an update that will solve the red tint display issue that fans in South Korea have been complaining about since the phones made their debut in the market a few days ago.
Initially, the tech giant had pointed out that the issue can be solved via a few DIY adjustments. In case this didn’t work, the recommendation was that affected Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ units can be taken back to their points of purchase in favor of a new one. Now, in a sudden twist of events, Samsung has confirmed that an update will be rolled out next week in order to solve the problem once and for all.
The tech giant has also communicated to all of its Service Centers, confirming that there will be additional updates coming in as from end of April, which further adds more weight to the latest reports about an update rolling out to the Galaxy S8 and S8+ next week. Hopefully, this takes care of the issue well before it gets worse.