Edited by bruleo at 2018-9-22 03:37 |
I'm not saying you are wrong with your concerns about lack of security updates, but you would have zero chance of any redress in ANY court regarding them.
Although I wish there was, in short there is absolutely no legal requirement for a company to provide updates of any kind to their phones unless they have a made a written statement to do so which would then form a possible legally binding contract in SOME jurisdictions..... even then, any successful court action would be negligible.
I would advise that if you want to make a case and make legal challenges that would have any kind of impact, you need to research the specific laws that are being breached, as just making unfounded threats isn't going to make an iota of difference to anyone. Taking your 'claim' to court would only result in you spending a lot of money and getting zero redress. Believe me, I've used specific laws against some big players, including Google, two different national Governments, my old employer and several big brands (all using specific EU legislation related to the claim) and every one was successful just by simply researching the respective laws and quoting those when making the threats.
All that said, I wish there were updates, but it is the lack of any official response from Doogee as to why there are none, is the sole reason why I won't be buying the brand again.