Samsung is "remembering" the current owners of a Galaxy that Note 10 exists.

The presentation of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has been a blow on the table of the South Korean firm demonstrating that they know how to launch large devices to the market.

Samsung is "remembering" the current owners of a Galaxy that Note 10 exists.
Samsung is "remembering" the current owners of a Galaxy that Note 10 exists.


Although it has been news collected by thousands of media worldwide, the company is worrying that every owner of a Galaxy phone knows about the existence of Note 10.

As users on social networks such as Twitter are reporting, Samsung is sending push notifications to customers with a Galaxy phone about the existence of the Galaxy Note 10.

In principle, three Samsung applications are sending Push notifications: Samsung Pay, the assistant Bixby, and also Samsung push service.

The voice assistant invites you to ask about the Note 10, while Samsung Pay offers you points when you look at the product page of the device.

And Samsung push service offers you a cute banner about the existence of the phone.

The public never well receives push notifications in the form of advertising, and not only does Samsung, but also other prominent technology companies.

In any case, it seems that Samsung has blocked the deactivation of these alerts in Bixby by keeping them pressed on the screen.

And the user would be forced to open the wizard, touch the menu icon in the upper right corner, select Settings, and disable "notifications of marketing."

However, the South Korean firm has previously done so with old devices, which is not a new initiative.

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