One of the most sought of smart phone industry Samsung is of recent being sued by Australia’s buyer guard dog for purportedly making deluding claims about the water-safe properties of its telephones.
In its announcement, The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission ACCC said Samsung adverts portrayed telephones being presented to seawater and pools and guaranteed this would not influence the gadget during its working life.
The ACCC said it had assessed more than 300 Samsung adverts before propelling its lawful activity.
Samsung revealed to Reuters it would protect the case and remained by its adverts.
In spite of the fact that Samsung adverts state its telephones have an IP68 water opposition, said the ACCC, this rating does not cover salt water or that found in pools. although Samsung’s own site prompts individuals against utilizing the Galaxy S10 in a pool or on the shoreline, said the purchaser guard dog.
“Samsung demonstrated the Galaxy telephones utilized in circumstances they shouldn’t be, to pull in clients,” said the ACCC.
If Samsung is discovered liable of deluding customers it could confront a gigantic fine.