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Samsung launches ‘6 > 6′ marketing campaign, pits the Galaxy S6 against iPhone 6

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Samsung launches ‘6 > 6′ marketing campaign, pits the Galaxy S6 against iPhone 6

In a couple of latest T.V. ads, Samsung is again at what it does highest: bashing Apple’s iPhone. Promoted beneath the tagline “six is bigger than six,” the 30-2d movies spotlight 3 options of Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge: wireless charging, a much broader-attitude lens on the selfie digital camera out the entrance and a curved monitor which presentations tidbits of knowledge throughout the edges of Samsung telephones.

In the first video, which can also be noticed slightly under, Samsung presentations off the curved edges of the Galaxy S6 aspect’s show. There are a couple of them, and as can also be witnessed in the video, they may be able to show coloured notifications for sure contacts, letting the proprietor understand while that particular individual is looking simply by highlighting the side with that touch’s made up our minds color. The voiceover in the advert narrates: “Oooh, take a look at the fringe of the Galaxy S6 Edge. It presentations colours while your most sensible 5 contacts name. The fringe of the iPhone 6 presentations not anything. But it has a vibrate serve as.”
The advert proceeds to take us on a snappy excursion of the Galaxy’s entrance-dealing with digital camera which takes extensive-attitude selfies “that have compatibility everyone,“ versus the iPhone 6’s digital camera which “simply bring to a halt nana”. The different advert touts the Galaxy S6 Edge’s curved monitor that may presentations colours while your favourite contacts name. “The iPhone 6 presentations not anything, however it has a vibrate serve as,” the advert comments paradoxically.

Someone please remind Samsung in their earlier iPhone bashing which revolved round the Galaxy’s detachable battery and a port for reminiscence playing cards as those options are nowhere to be noticed on their up to date flagship.
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