Samsung Galaxy S8
Samsung Galaxy S8

Samsung has just recently launched the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ worldwide and the phone has been received excellently well in all the markets across the world. As the phone has started to go into the hands of users, there are some problems that are getting noticed on the phone. The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ have the best display yet of any smartphone launched in 2017 but users are complaining that their devices have a red-tint on their display which is more than usual. Samsung had already promised an update to fix the red-tint issue on the device and Samsung has already sent out updates to its unlocked devices around the world.

Now its time for the carriers across the world to give updates to their phones as well. This time, the update has been sent out by one of the major U.S carriers, Verizon. Verizon has started rolling out an OTA update to the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ handsets on its network and the update reportedly fixes the red-tint issue. The devices on Verizon should look out for the updates on their phones as build number G950USQU1AQDF to Galaxy S8 and as build number G955USQU1AQDF to Galaxy S8+.

After this update, you can head over to your Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+’s Settings > Display > Screen Mode to solve the red tint on your display. Moreover, the update also brings addition of shopping feature for Bixby Vision. The update includes a fix for the pop-up error of ‘DQA keeps stopping’ and other essential bug fixes.

If you are on Verizon network and using a Samsung Galaxy S8 or a S8+ and want the update at the earliest, head over to Settings > About device > System updates to check for the updates.

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