The company has already rolled out an official solution as a software update in Korea, India, and Europe to fix the red tint screen problem on Galaxy S8 device. Recently, the South Korean tech giant launched the fix software update in the US for AT & T and T-Mobile Galaxy S8 users. If you have the Samsung’s next-gen phone and going through the same problem, then do not worry. You can fix it by yourself easily in just a few moves on your device.

How to Fix red tint screen issue on Galaxy S8 & S8+

If you are a Galaxy S8 user on AT & T and T-Mobile, you should be able to see the software update into the settings. Before begin, make sure that your device has enough battery and internet data to get the update.

To get the software update on your Galaxy S8 device, Go to Settings → About Device and scan for the update. If your device has shown the software update with “improved color optimization and convenient color adjustment” then you will be able to get the software update on your device. If anyhow, your device is not showing the fix software update then we have other alternative solution to fix red screen problem on Galaxy S8 & S8+.

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In case, if you belongs to a different carrier, you still have a chance to fix the reddish tint screen issue on your Galaxy S8 and S8+ device by below instruction:

Step #1. Open Settings on your Galaxy S8 device.

Step #2. Now, scroll down and select ‘Display.’

Step #3. Next, Select ‘Screen Mode.’ and then  Select ‘Colour Balance.’

Step #4. Adjust R, G, and B sliders to fix the red tint screen on your device.

Although, Samsung has accepted there is a red tint issue on their Galaxy S8 device and says that the software update will fix the problem.

“All Samsung phones undergo thorough testing to meet our high level of quality standards” A Samsung spokeswoman previously said, “The Infinity Display on the Galaxy S8 and S8+ has applied Super AMOLED and provides rich and expressive colors, enabling users to enjoy a clearer and more vivid viewing experience.”

“The Galaxy S8 was built with an adaptive display that optimizes the color range, saturation, and sharpness depending on the environment”.

Well, nowadays every device comes with at least one bug with the launch. Anyhow, Samsung has managed fix the reddish tint screen issue as a software update, and it’s rolling out worldwide as Samsung said earlier.