Follow Apple, Samsung Also Chasing Gadget Rumors

MIFANS.XYZ - Some time ago, Apple reportedly gave a warning letter to iPhone leakers from China. Now circulating information claiming that Samsung is following a similar step.

One of the gadget leakers targeted by Samsung is Max Jambor from the AllAboutSamsung site. In a tweet on his Twitter account, Jambor said he received a copyright infringement claim from Samsung.

"Samsung is currently starting to claim the copyright of their unreleased product photos and videos," Jambor said in a tweet, as quoted by Android Authority, Saturday (9/7/2021).

"Some of the leaked photos will disappear in the next few days. This is just the beginning," he continued

In addition to Jambor, one of the well-known gadget leakers, Evan Blass, also indicated that he would delete his post containing material about Samsung products.

In a subsequent tweet, Jambor asserted that Samsung was only after the source who leaked the information, not the media or bloggers who reported it. The South Korean company also only targets parties who leak renders and official assets before the product is launched.

Although Samsung has claimed a variety of photos and videos of the device, leaks like this usually spread widely quickly. This practice also seems unable to prevent the spread of rumors in text form.

Steps like this are starting to be adopted by many mobile phone vendors to prevent their latest gadgets from leaking before the official launch. Besides Apple and Samsung, Xiaomi has also done something similar.

Not long ago, a blogger from China apologized to Xiaomi for leaking the Mi 10 Ultra via an unboxing video. For violating the confidentiality agreement (NDA), the blogger had to pay compensation of 1 million Yuan.

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