Samsung has always had an issue with crappy software being included with its phones, in fact most of the Android phones have this issue apart from the fantastic ‘stock’ Android devices from Nexus or Motorola. But recently, China has had recent lawsuits over whether or not bloatware should be included in phones, but as a decision hasn’t been made, Samsung isn’t waiting around, it’s taking action now.
Samsung will start pushing out patches later this month for devices which will finally allow users to delete unwanted apps that are included with the phone. The devices to start with will be the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and the Galaxy S6. As it stands, nothing has been said about this sort of idea coming to the UK or America but at least its a start towards getting unwanted apps off phones.
So far, it isn’t known which apps are going to be removed.