The Samsung Galaxy S8, top, and S8 Plus are displayed, Monday, April 17, 2017, in New York. The 5.8-inch S8 and the 6.2-inch S8 Plus both have nearly 15 percent more display space than last year's comparable models. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)
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Electronics giant Samsung will this week offer an unusually early software update for its newly-released Galaxy S8 phone, it said Monday after some consumers complained of red-tinted screens.The Galaxy S8 started over-the-counter sales in the US and its home market but South Korean users who pre-ordered the phones complained their screens displayed an unusually reddish hue.Online images of their phones went viral on social media but Samsung denied a hardware flaw and maintained that users could manually adjust the color range according to their preferences.
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