Samsung launched its flagship of the year at MWC 2018 named as Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus. The company is rough to promote its recent launch. If you’re using Samsung smartphone, then you could be a victim of a forcible advertisement of Galaxy S9. Samsung has started pushing Galaxy S9 ads to the owners of its previously launched devices; the notifications are coming are promotional messages in the form of push notifications generated by Samsung Push Service. And the bad about this is you cannot disable that, you need to face this push notification.
Samsung Push Service comes as pre-installed on the device, and you cannot uninstall that. Samsung’s notification sending permissions can be revoked from Apps section of the system Settings app. The company isn’t throwing same promotional messages multiple times instead delivering numerous of messages per device.
Even the targeted location of the Ads is not the same. Some Ads will redirect you to the landing page of Samsung where you can pre-order the smartphone while some will redirect you to a page which will show you the benefits of Galaxy S9. The company started sending the notifications since Monday, just after the of releasing its Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus.
This is not the first time when Samsung is doing spam advertisement to get people diverted on its product. In 2017 Samsung pushed notifications for its three flagship smartphone of the year.
Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus are two high-tech smartphone that comes with all latest technologies inbuilt with it. A fantastic camera, a bold performance graph, and a sleek design make it more perfect, but the way company is promoting it, it isn’t cool. Now just after the release of Galaxy S9 rumors company’s next flagship has already been started, i.e., Note 9. Now the company is expected to launch its Galaxy Note 9 with an in-display fingerprint reader.