The owners of Samsung smartphones from the United States have filed a class-action lawsuit against the company for defective, as they claim, the flagships of the Galaxy S20.
The problem lies in the main camera, or rather, in the glass with which it is covered. For some users, this glass broke or cracked over time, and the gadget was not dropped, not beaten, and sometimes it was even in a case.
This happens with all models of the family: Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, Galaxy S20 Ultra, and Galaxy S20 FE. The lawsuit says the glass cracks and shatters due to increased internal pressure.
As a result, Samsung was accused of covering up a widespread defect and fraud. Lawyers said the manufacturer was aware of the problem but did nothing.
And the outrage of users is not surprising. After all, the glass repair warranty does not apply, so I had to pay $400 from my wallet.