Vice Chairman Han Jong-hee is speaking at the 53rd regular general shareholders meeting of Samsung Electronics held at the Suwon Convention Center on the 16th. Provided by Samsung Electronics Samsung Electronics CEO Han Jong-hee (Vice Chairman) apologized for the recent Galaxy S22 GOS (Game Optimizing Service) controversy at the general shareholders meeting. Samsung Electronics held the 53rd regular general shareholders meeting at the Suwon Convention Center in Suwon, Gyeonggi Province on the 16th. At this meeting, Vice Chairman Han said that he apologized for causing concern to shareholders and customers in response to a question from shareholders related to the GOS controversy, and once again apologized for not understanding the feelings of customers from the beginning. Vice Chairman Han also came to the stage and bowed to the shareholders to apologize. He said that GOS was designed with the intention of optimizing smartphone performance by reflecting the various characteristics of games, and that high-spec games require consistent performance for a long time. explained that we wanted to minimize it and instead provide consistent performance. After that, he said that the company has updated and distributed the software in a way that reflects the many voices of customers wanting the best performance from the beginning, so that the user can choose the best product. and will provide services. It was also pointed out that the GOS option could cause safety issues. In response, Vice Chairman Han replied that even if the performance limit is lifted to improve customer complaints, safety will be secured with the temperature control algorithm, and the heat prevention function will continue to be applied so that there is no problem in user safety even if the terminal policy is changed. He also mentioned measures to restore customer trust. Vice-Chairman Han said that we apologized for GOS and updated the software, saying that we will do our best not to interfere with the companys growth and sales of our products. GOS controls heat generation by controlling smartphone performance when running games that require high-performance computation. Recently, it was forcibly installed on Samsung Electronics smartphones such as the Galaxy S22, and there was a controversy about performance degradation because it was blocked from being deleted even with a bypass method such as a paid app.