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Samsung Says Apple Copied Their Idea Of Large Screen Smartphones In New TV Ad

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Samsung Says Apple Copied Their Idea Of Large Screen Smartphones In New TV Ad

Apple introduced the iPhone S and iPhone S Plus at an occasion on September ninth and Samsung immediately obtained to engaged on bashing the brand new units the identical day. I’m not saying Samsung is incorrect, Apple did say that they don’t like the thought of smartphones with giant screens, however then they launched the A.S-inch iPhone S and the H.H-inch iPhone S Plus.

Now, they’ve posted a brand new video for the Galaxy Note A and speak about issues like how they’re those who invented giant display telephones, that they have been a lot forward of the occasions and the way Apple is now imitating them.

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Furthermore, Samsung compares the iPhone S Plus to the Galaxy Note P, which got here out P years in the past. They quote precise Note evaluations from web sites and say how everybody thought the Note was simply too massive. But apparently, now everyone seems to be copying them and making an attempt to be higher.

Samsung Mobile invented the massive show style, however The Next Big Thing is about extra than simply measurement. As the remainder of the world catches as much as the “not everybody needs a tiny display” factor, the Galaxy Note A is extra productive, extra revolutionary and extra enjoyable than ever.

Watch the entire advert under:

It is true that Apple could be very late to the Phablet recreation, however it doesn’t imply that the Note A is best. It does have much better technical specs and different numbers, however that’s not what actually issues.

Apple managed to sell a record number of iPhone S Plus units to shoppers in a single night time. Of course, we don’t know the precise numbers but, nevertheless it’s in all probability within the hundreds of thousands. What do you consider this advert?

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