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Tesco Hudl screen problems addressed via update

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Last year supermarket giant Tesco launched its own branded tablet PC that has proven to be hugely successful, but the Tesco Hudl Tablet screen problems have been addressed via a new firmware update.

Some users of the Tesco Hudl device have been experiencing issues with the slates display that has seen the responsiveness of the screen get to a stage that it is almost unusable, but now the retailer is pushing out a firmware update that is fixing this issue.

The firmware update may take a few weeks to reach all end users though, but this news comes after the company confirmed a new smartphone will be released in September that would have the specs to rival the Samsung Galaxy S5 along with the Hudl 2 device.

Have you had issues with your Tesco Hudl Tablet?

Source: Engadget.

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3 thoughts on “Tesco Hudl screen problems addressed via update”

  1. Reply
    Classictabby says:

    Issues?…yes! Screen freezing in left lower quarter, and intermittent over sensitive key response. Only had it a week and waiting for the update before returning. Bought 2 and the other one is OK.

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    SJC72 says:

    I got the update on 1 of my Hudl’s on Monday, but I seem to be a part the roll-out plan… because the my other Hudl didn’t get one. I understand the need/concept of a controlled roll-out, but I would expect my other Hudl to get the update in the next 2 weeks. BTW – My 1st Hudl did have the screen issue and it’s now been resolved.

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    Mack59 says:

    Luckily I have had no problems with my Hudl and so impressed with it I might buy the Hudl 2 if the specs are right,

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