Samsung may be sued for lack of charging bundled with smartphones
Discontent is brewing in Brazil
iPhone users were the first to riot, who were dissatisfied with Apple's decision to remove the charger from the package. In Brazil, for example, a wave of criticism led to the fact that the local consumer protection regulator fined the company, and a number of users went to court to protect their rights, and Themis took their side.
Now Samsung may also face legal action. Recall that the company followed the example of Apple and stopped putting a charging adapter in the box with smartphones. Samsung also had to pay a fine for removing the charger from the box, which was imposed by the Brazilian regulator.
But it seems that this was not enough for officials and ordinary consumers. According to Sammobile, the state and ordinary consumers can initiate lawsuits against Samsung for selling mobile devices without charging. The argument will be similar to that used against Apple: "misleading advertising, selling smartphones without a charger, and unfair conditions for consumers."
Recall that Samsung's practice of a truncated delivery set began with the Galaxy S21, and this year this fashion has come to devices of the mid-budget Galaxy A line.