Samsung’s latest Galaxy S6 Edge TV spot has a lot of iPhone users fighting to plug their smartphones into a charger, with the obvious response being to hurry out and purchase yourself among Samsung’s flagship handsets in order to utilize its inductive charging. Certainly.
It actually does appear like these days we cannot go longer than a couple of days or weeks at best without Samsung having a pop at Apple in an advert.
Samsung’s most current offensive is a brand-new TV spot that seems to be focuseded on Apple’s iPhone 6 using a variety of various methods for their vitriol. We’ve already had ads that have suggested that not all sixth generation smartphones are the exact same – – ads pushing the Galaxy S6 instead of the iPhone 6 – – and Samsung shows no indication of offering up right now.
The most current advertisement revolves around the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge’s inductive charging ability. Samsung clearly believes that the capability to not have to plug a cable television into your phone is a key differentiator.
The advertisement, which runs with the title ‘‘ Modification The Method You Charge’ recommends that charging can be done much better than it presently is, easily forgetting that inductive charging has been around for an excellent while now with Samsung being late to the game compared with the likes of HTC and other rivals.
Samsung’s current lineup of high-end handsets are roundly accepted to be its finest yet. It’s just a shame its marketing department resorts to such strategies to promote them both. All we’re saying is that Samsung could do much better, but they are opting not to, for reasons we will most likely never find out till the next flagship hits the scene.
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