Reports reveal that several customers in the country who were given the chance to own the latest Samsung flagship smartphone after signing up for pre-order claim on social media that some of the Samsung Galaxy S8 devices come with a unusual, red tint on the screens. Of note, no previous Samsung smartphone has ever reached 1 million preorders in South Korea.
In other Galaxy S8 news, you probably know about the device's new digital assistant feature, Bixby.
In addition to the new design innovations, Samsung delivers cutting-edge technology including an advanced camera, enhanced performance and more to the devices that users love. Analysts seem quite optimistic too, as Counterpoint Research has recently predicted that Galaxy S8 sales will cross 50 million units this year alone.
It is not clear yet whether Samsung is changing the software on all Galaxy S8 models, but we will find out as soon as the flagship smartphone goes on sale and users share their impressions.
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A spokesman told The Korean Herald that the tint isn't a quality issue and that it can be fixed in the phone's settings menu.
The company has been trying to put to rest the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 phablet that was recalled after some caught fire while charging.
According to a report by KoreaHerald, many users are reporting on social media or company's forums that the reddish tint is permanent in nature as they are not able to correct by going to colour display settings. Samsung's latest flagships have already been released in South Korea, and most carriers in the United States and Canada have started shipping all pre-ordered devices.