You simply cannot escape the Samsung Galaxy Word 10 and Galaxy Word 10+ anyplace after Samsung launched the brand new line this previous week. And that occurs to be true particularly for those who use an older Samsung Galaxy handset mannequin with Bixby, Samsung Pay and the Samsung Push Service that disseminates updates and notifications meant for Samsung telephones solely. As noticed by plenty of Twitter customers together with XDA’s Max Weinbach (through Android Police), these utilizing the aforementioned options are being spammed by Samsung with advertisements for the brand new Galaxy Word 10 line.
Bixby implores customers curious in regards to the new telephones to inquire about them. “Curious in regards to the Word 10? Ask Bixby!” shouts the digital digital assistant. A screenshot of Samsung Pay exhibits the cellular fee system providing customers a closeup of the Word 10 at AT&T, T-Cell, and Verizon. Evidently, the response from Samsung customers just isn’t optimistic particularly since a lot of these spammed have already pre-ordered one of many new telephones. And the producer is making it more durable to disable the spam it delivers through Bixby by forcing customers to enter the Bixby settings to disable advertising notifications. To do that, open Bixby and faucet on the menu icon on the highest proper. Faucet on Settings and switch ‘Advertising and marketing Notifications’ to off.
Samsung spams its prospects…
We additionally must marvel what Samsung is saying to those that shelled out huge bucks for the Galaxy Word 9. What’s the message right here? Is it that the telephone you shelled out $1,000 for final yr is now not able to doing nice issues? We get that Samsung is happy with the brand new Word 10 line, however spamming its personal prospects appears greater than a bit unsavory.
…attempting to promote them the brand new Galaxy Word 10 or Galaxy Word 10+