Nokia (NYSE:NOK) is reportedly working on a solution to the purple hue that was noted on the display of some units of the Nokia Lumia 900 smartphone. According to the NokiaCare account of the company, it was able to identify the problem and is already working on a fix that will be bundled into the next software update for the Nokia Lumia 900.
A number of Nokia Lumia 900 owners have noted that the display of their smartphones have a purple tint whenever the brightness level is low. Some discussions were made on the issue affecting some units of the recently-released smartphone from Nokia with some users posting images that showed the tint of a good unit of the Nokia Lumia 900 and another unit affected by the problem.
The company admitted the problem on the screen of its recently-released device though the Facebook account of the company and through a forum in the UK. It was also recommended that European customer should bring the smartphone to a Nokia Care center and have their Nokia Lumia 900 units checked by the support staff of the company.
The release schedule of the fix for the purple hue problem on the Nokia smartphone has yet to be revealed although the company indicated that it will tweet the availability of the update once it is finalized.
The demand for the recently-released device was string in a number of regions including the US although some issues were experienced by the users of the device. The Nokia Lumia 900 initially experienced problems with its connectivity which was dealt with by Nokia through a $100 credit for current and new customers of the company. This covered the cost of a new unit of the Nokia Lumia 900.
Observers have also noted other minor issues on the Nokia Lumia 900, which may be dealt with by the company through a software update.