Earlier today, Korean smartphone manufacturer Samsung had officially lose their legal tussle with China’s own customer protection committee – and is now required to allow users to remove any apps which they consider bloatwares.
According to the court, Samsung is ordered to release software patches in August to include an additional feature on their handset which allow them to delete away these bloatwares. Should they fail to abide by the order, then the legal tussle will continue.
Sad to say, this only applies to China so other regions in the world will not be able to enjoy this benefits. As an ex-Samsung user myself, I have to admit there are way too many redundant apps on the device and it always prompt me why Samsung doesn’t allow us to remove them.