Chinese so mad at Galaxy bloat they’re suing Samsung

Most people are content with burying pre-installed apps into a folder somewhere, but a Chinese agency has opted to sue smartphone makers for unwanted bloatware. The Shanghai Consumer Rights Protection Commission has taken Samsung and Oppo to task for just how much software comes preloaded on a brand new device, claiming to have been deluged by customer complaints that they’re not getting as much storage space as expected, and that background data use has been more voracious than expected.

One Samsung smartphone tested had 44 apps loaded out of the box, the Commission discovered in its testing, while an Oppo phone had 71 installed.

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