It’s not often we see the first set of problems arise early with a Flagship phone from a multi-billion dollar company like Samsung. Folks in the UK were among the first to get their hands on the Samsung Galaxy S2 earlier this month. Initially, the reception was obvious, “fantastic device!”
However, recently it has come to our attention that the Galaxy S2′s display is not as good as we thought. Although the display is beautiful from the outside, many users from XDA-Developers Forum have confirmed a mustard stain-like color, a yellow tint on the leftmost quarter of the lower half of the screen; it is most visible at the lowest brightness settings. That can’t be good.
Yet, not every Galaxy S2 owner has encountered this problem. There have been numerous of lucky reports. It was thought that the yellow tint may have been a similar process like that found on Apple’s iPhone. However, many technology media outlets like Engadget and GSMArena confirm that something is “seriously” not right in the picture.
To make sure you, a Samsung Galaxy S2 owner, is not a victim of this manufacturing problem, visitÂ this link. Â If you see a dramatic color variation, a yellow-tint, report it immediately to Samsung. Discussions are open. Leave your comments below.
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