28 April 2017
Samsung Galaxy S8 has no doubt gained traction in the consumer market but the reports that the Korean units are suffering from a red-tint issue has surfaced in the past few days which to some extent makes it skeptical while considering the flagship as the next smartphone to own.
But, today after conducting a thorough inspection of the flagship, Samsung has ruled out the speculation that the displays in the Galaxy S8 and S8+ are faulty. Samsung claims that the company has maintained its product quality standards and it has not seen any problems with the displays in both the phones.
Due to the nature of Super AMOLED displays, there can be natural differences in color. Users can optimize the color depending on their preferences.
The issue came to the surface when consumers in South Korea started experiencing some stagnant unnatural reddish tint in the displays. The news went viral in the country in no time. The company saw some suggestions including a possible faulty chip that caused unexpected behavior in the GPU or a possible flak for the blue-leaning color in the AMOLED display that has been attempted by the company to mitigate using Deep Red Technology.
However, even after a thorough check the company was unable to find anything wrong with the displays but officials at Samsung say that the they will update the software in the flagships to better adjust the colors in the display.