Samsung accused of stealing Always-On Display feature by Moto USA


Samsung accused of stealing Always-On Display feature

This is not the first time a mobile maker is making accusations about another OEM stealing its smartphone features, but doing it in public, on a social network like Twitter, is mind-blowing.

The accusation comes in the form of a tweet posted by Moto USA Twitter account highlighting that the Galaxy Note 7 stole Moto Z Droid Always-on display feature.

People immediately reacted to Moto US tweet, saying that Motorola Moto’s (now property of Lenovo) were not the first mobile phones to sport such an Always-on Display feature, although Motorola was the first to introduce it to an Android smartphone, back in 2011.

Either way, accusing Samsung Electronics of stealing trademark smartphone features is quite the stunt even for a PR firm.


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