Samsung, the South Korean giant, has finally released the first Galaxy S8 update, targeting at resolving the red-tint display issue.

The update is currently being rolled out in South Korea and will soon be made available to the other countries as well. The software updates the smartphone’s firmware to G950NKSU1AQDG on the Galaxy S8 and G950NKSU1AQDG on the S8 Plus.

After installing the update, users gain the control over changing the full-screen color balance on their smartphone, hence enabling them to control the red tint in the display.

After the update is made available to the respective markets, it will be downloadable via Apps > Settings > System Updates. Users will be able to see a ‘Download Now’ option. Just tap there.

Samsung released its flagship on Friday, 21st of April but even before the official release, those who pre-ordered the device started to find issues with it. Many South Korean customers complained about a mysterious red hue on their displays.

Samsung promises to fix the issue with this new software update.

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