Class action suit filed against Samsung and T-Mobile over Android update delay

Class action suit filed against Samsung and T-Mobile over Android update delay

Samsung Galaxy S phone updates havebeen one of the most discussed topics in recent months, but some ofthe users struggling with older versions of Android took their irritationto court. XDA Developers forum has seen a hotly discussed topic abouta class action suit that user MicBeast allegedly filed againstSamsung and T-Mobile.



The user claims that the two companieshave “clearly violated the law concerning Unfair and DeceptiveConsumer Business Practices.” While later the status and motivationof the lawsuit were questioned, the very interest in the topic showedthat many people find the issue about Android fragmentationincreasingly important.



Recently, we saw some reports about an intentional delay of a Froyo update for the Samsung Vibrant, T-Mobile's take on the Samsung GalaxyS, which were not proven.



source: XDA Developers



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