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Some Galaxy S8 owners in South Korea are encountering red-tinted screens

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Early complaints about the Galaxy S8 involves the Bixby button.

Tech experts also prefer the Galaxy S8 and S8+ over the iPhone 7. Just like its predecessor, the Galaxy S8, S8+ will flaunt a metal frame along with front and back glass covered with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection.

Some Galaxy S8 owners in South Korea are encountering red-tinted screens
Some Galaxy S8 owners in South Korea are encountering red-tinted screens

The Samsung Galaxy S8 has only been released to a few users that pre-ordered and is still about to be unleashed in other markets this week, but already it is facing a bit of a backlash. The phone boasts a 6.2 QHD display with least bezels along sides. Samsung confirmed the issue, regarding this as a configurable setting within the smartphone that users can tune according to their own likelihood. The S8 Plus smartphone ha a bigger screen and a bigger battery as compared to s8. In the U.S., the release date of Samsung Galaxy S8 is pushed back because the smart assistant Bixby is not able to understand English. A user can communicate with his device through speaking different commands. But which one is the most convenient, secure and reliable? Samsung has also done away with the physical home button. It gets even worse when it comes to separating the two glass panels - the adhesive that holds them in place is so strong and taking it apart might damage the device. Moreover, the facility of wireless charging also makes Galaxy S8 and S8+ the most liked device. On the connectivity front, both the devices support Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, USB Type-C, GPS, GLONASS and 4G LTE. The part of the midframe that contains the upper antenna assembly and NFC/wireless charging panel likely also performs Samsung Pay functions, iFixit noting that it presumably uses the coil as an electromagnet to "act as a credit card strip would on a card reader".

Apple will be playing catch up to Samsung with some features, including the new organic light-emitting diode display, which Apple will for the time being have to source from Samsung.

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