Anonymous, 28 Sep 2020Samsung has specifically denied their health app and has provided a phone number to report any... moreI suggest you read thoroughly the articles in the links you provided because most are contradicting your claims.
The first link even mentioned ads is still a problem despite Samsung claiming otherwise, because users been reporting seeing ads in all Samsung Apps. These are apps preinstalled by Samsung, not 'problematic apps' that were installed by users. That means Samsung knowingly introduce ads into its native apps while denying its existence. Samsung is credible just because it says so? Pretty naive of you.
The xdadevelopers link about ads literally stated completely turning off ads is enabled by Xiaomi. It even mentioned why Xiaomi need to adopt ads strategy. It's to cover for hardware costs from the low selling prices. Meanwhile you turned a blind eye to Samsung giving ads while still selling at high prices?
Which brings me to your last point. It's easy to believe in only one side's story if you are biased. South Korea has been involved in trade dumping activities as well, so please don't you treat them like they are squeaky clean and blameless. You expect China to play fair while South Korea is free to play dirty just because it has USA's backing? Here is just an example:
Funny that you said you don't have time, yet you are lingering in this comment section almost every day. Enjoy thinking of a reply to this.
Hypocrite, 27 Sep 2020I am sure you didn't read the previous link, so here is another article about Samsung ads... moreSamsung has specifically denied their health app and has provided a phone number to report any issue as you can read below:
There is no denying that some (but NOT all) users have been seeing ads BUT this is likely a consequence of a compromised device.
How about forgetting about samsung and focusing on android itself, google seems to think ads and other junk are possible on any android smartphone due to apps on their very clean google play, just look at this:
In contrast Xiaomi publicly accepts ads are a central part of the company's strategy:
It's absolutely shameless for you to say that Xiaomi and the others just sell at "normal" prices while budget samsung phones are overpriced, china has for many years been following a national strategy to crush foreign companies. chinese prices are artificially low, with the help of their government, if you are really naive you can read some about it here:
Listen buddy I don't have forever to chat so enjoy ...
I am checking what russian users are saying about this phone in their forum (4pda.ru) and they say that M51 (sold in Russia) does not support 4G+ (only 4G).
Seems like its software limitation put there by Samsung. Some users tested M51 and other phone which support 4G+ with same sim, same operators and same place and they say difference is huge. Not in favour of M51 of course.
Latvis, 27 Sep 2020Can anyone confirm that those M51 models sold in EU does not include FM radio and also comes w... moreWhat i know is 730G it's only available in Indian market,
Other region its 730,
About FM radio I DON'T KNOW.
Hello! Currently iam using samsung galaxy C9 pro, should i upgrade to galaxy M51 ? Is this pbone has good battery life?
Can anyone confirm that those M51 models sold in EU does not include FM radio and also comes with snapdragon 730 (not 730G unlike in India)?
Hypocrite, 27 Sep 2020I am sure you didn't read the previous link, so here is another article about Samsung ads... moreI use a samsung phone and i only get an ad like in 2 months and its a notification usually about the note 20 not some random app like on xiaomi
Anonymous, 26 Sep 2020Well read around please:
https://mimicnews.com/no-samsung-is-not-adding-lockscreen-ads-in-o... moreI am sure you didn't read the previous link, so here is another article about Samsung ads. And it is not lockscreen ads. I am talking about ads popping up when using Samsung Apps like Health. You know, the type of ads you always blame on Xiaomi.
So, you actually blaming Chinese brands for selling affordable phones instead of blaming Samsung for selling overpriced phones? Well, I am not surprised since I have been seeing you here almost every day defending Samsung while condemning Chinese brands. You should at least accept constructive criticisms instead of looking like a total hypocrite.
Hypocrite, 26 Sep 2020Are you forgetting that Samsung is also starting to put up ads when using Samsung Apps? https:... moreWell read around please:
But if the chinese persist with their predatory pricing practices and governments do nothing about it, at some point you will see ads in non chinese products as well.
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[deleted post]Are you forgetting that Samsung is also starting to put up ads when using Samsung Apps? https://www.xda-developers.com/samsung-one-ui-2-5-add-lockscreen-ads-problem/
PaidReviewer, 26 Sep 2020Why Samsung makes heavy phone with 7000 mah? Is this for people who live in the wild and can... moreM51 is for people like me who walk in the mountains for 2days without chance to charge phone, and powerbank is not a solution. (Because powerbank is charging a batteries to flashlights etc). You use a lot of GPS and network data for maps and recording your activity, and you have very poor signal strenght. You need to use a screen on 100% brightnes also. So M51 have a place in the world for some people ^^. For me its to small group of phones with this kind off stuff, and to many hi-end gaming phones for benchmarkers and office job people