Nokia Lumia 930, which went on sale last week, has been reported with a purple tint display. Powered by Windows 8.1, Lumia 930 is already available on retailer shelves in the USA and some parts of the Europe, and it will start shipping in the United Kingdom from July 17th.
Changing settings will do
According to a report from WMpoweruser via henning.ms, when the brightness of the Lumia 930 is reduced or set to automatic, a purple tint in the display could be seen. If the phone has medium or high-brightness setting, then there is no display issue. Tint purple display has become a common issue in the AMOLED screen.
However, by the time Microsoft comes with a solution, users can get rid of this purplish display issue by changing settings. Users can go to the settings and then click display. From the display, adjust color in profile and move tint to Green.This display setting removes the purple tint and brings back grey color.
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) has acknowledged the issue and responded, “To address the possible concerns with Lumia 930 display, we have recalled some test samples from …the Norwegian market to be investigated further in our R/D site in Finland.”
Promotional deal on Nokia Lumia 930
The software giant has planned to offer a promotional deal from July 17th to July 31 under which the user will get an additional wireless charger, an MD-12 speaker and £20 voucher for apps on free on pre-ordering the phone. The promotional offer is worth £130.
Prominent retailers such as Carphone warehouse, Phones 4u, Clove, Expansys and Unlocked Mobiles have already announced the pre-order of Lumia 930. The latest flagship comes with a 5″ 1080p AMOLED display with ClearBlack tech, Snapdragon 800 chipset and a 20MP camera with OIS.
More color options for Lumia 530
In a separate development, Microsoft has allegedly decided to give some color options for its entry level Nokia Lumia 530. The device would reportedly be packed with dual-Sim. A report from Digital spy noted that Nokia Lumia 530 will have a screen size of 4.3 inch, which is marginally bigger than Nokia Lumia 520.
Microsoft would power the Lumia 530 with its latest operating system, Windows 8.1. The phone would, also, have virtual keys instead of the physical ones. Lumia 530 would run on powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 chipset along with 512MB of RAM, according to the reports.