Often Samsung actually simply could not assist itself, since when you assume that points might be deviating right with the firm having produced arguably its 2 ideal mobile phones yet in the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, it still manages to drag itself into the rain gutter.
The current show of why Samsung should concentrate on itself even more and the competition less comes in the type of 2 new ads that have shown up on its YouTube channel. Called S6 V 6: Wireless Charging, Wide Angle Selfie and Galaxy S6 V 6: Edge Show, we make certain you can begin to presume exactly what the ads are visiting do.
The very first of the 2 concentrates on the Galaxy S6’s capacity to charge wirelessly using the Qi level, which is helpful. But wireless charging isn’t really anything brand-new in smartphones, and Samsung itself is quite late in including it compared with all other Android and Windows Phone suppliers out there. The ad additionally concentrates on the S6’s large angled front dealing with electronic camera lens. Or at least, it’s broader angled than the iPhone’s.
As if to truly drive the point house, Samsung’s 2nd advertisement follows similar recipe but this time around opts to focus on the S6 Edge’s curved display screen, displaying exactly how it could illuminate to alert for inbound phone calls or show the time or various other information. The iPhone 6? Well, that merely has some monotonous switches.
The ads are in fact gently amusing if you can forget the mockery however we can’t help yet request from Samsung about whatever took place to those previous ads bashing iPhone for non-removable electric battery, non-expandable storage and no waterproofing? Oh hesitate. And that slogan ‘6 is above 6?’ Whoever assumed that up should have a great strong word with themselves.
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