The new Samsung Galaxy Note 7 launches today, the handset comes with an always on display feature and now Motorola has accused Samsung of stealing this feature from them.
Motorola posts on Twitter a direct reference to their always on display, you can see the tweet below.
— Moto US (@Moto_USA) August 18, 2016
Motorola did introduce a similar feature to its smartphones back in 2013 but they were not the first to offer an always on display.
Nokia has a similar feature with its smartphones running their Symbian OS, this was introduced by Nokia on their N86 back in 2009, so Motorola really wasn’t the first.
Source Android AuthorityFiled Under: Android News, Mobile Phone News, Top News