With the issue last year about the heating and exploding batteries of Samsung Note 7, what did Samsung do to regain the trust of the people who heard the news regarding it? Samsung recently launched its Galaxy S8 which they dubbed as “the real innovation turning point.” It looks like Samsung really wants to wipe-out all the issues there had been in their past phones with the new S8.
With upgrades like large screens, increased security level, high-quality camera, and long-lasting batteries, Samsung said that Galaxy S8 is worth all the money.
But a week haven’t even passed since the launch of the new models, it seems like Samsung is already facing another problem. Recently, buyers of the S8 are complaining about screen issues. Some new owners reported seeing distinctly red hue on their screens.
Fortunately, Samsung already promised to fix it, though doesn’t seem to be admitting that there’s any problems with the phones. Samsung said that the red tint is just a matter of calibration within its settings.
But to make the customers calm, Samsung said that the company will work on a software update as early as next week to make some color revisions which will provide customers with a further enhanced ability to adjust the color setting to their preference.
Samsung S8 and S8+ are undeniably pricey, ranging from 40,000php to 46,000php that’s why consumers probably expected a lot from the new models.
Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ are being launched country by country all over the world. United States got its hand on the phone last April 21. United Kingdom and Australia will get the new models from April 28. Check your local retailer to see when is the launch in your country.