Early in 2016, it used to be printed that Samsung used to be being sued within the Netherlands for failing to replace its telephones. The Consumentenbond—a Dutch non-profit selling client coverage—used to be taking Samsung to court docket for, amongst different issues, now not adequately offering two years of updates from the time of acquire. In keeping with Telecompaper, the case is now being heard. 

After all, Samsung does promise updates for 2 years after a product is introduced, however the Consumentenbond believes that Samsung must be required to offer two years of updates from the time a shopper purchases it, on every occasion that could be. Since some Samsung telephones may also be bought for as much as a yr or two after their authentic release, that provides some shoppers a shockingly slender window of updates all over possession.

In its protection, Samsung argues that a lot of its telephones, such because the higher-end Galaxy S flagships, do obtain updates for for much longer. However that is not all the time the case with lower-end handsets, and the non-profit is predicted to argue that safety updates must be a minimal requirement.

The unique case used to be pushed aside in a while after being filed because of its complexity, nevertheless it used to be refiled overdue in 2016. Telecompaper studies that the listening to started lately so Dutch Android lovers may now not have lengthy to attend sooner than a choice is reached.