Samsung Electronics (SSNLF) will launch two software updates for its new Galaxy S8 smartphone this week, following complaints of red-tinted phone screens, and poor Wi-Fi connections, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Samsung reaffirmed that both issues are not product defects and that it was offering fixes simply for customer comfort.
The first patch, a display-related patch, would give users "a further enhanced ability to adjust the color setting to their preference," Samsung said.
The second patch will correct Wi-Fi issues in some S8 devices originating from what it characterized as a fault in the wireless access point of a certain South Korean carrier.
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