Samsung ad takes a jab at iPhone, Apple fans | HT Tech

Samsung ad takes a jab at iPhone, Apple fans

The 60 seconds’ advertisement, released by Samsung recently, depicts iPhone fans queuing up outside supposed Apple stores in major cities in the US, mocking at the huge queues generated by every new Apple product launch.

By: SHAYON PAL
| Updated on: Nov 23 2011, 13:39 IST

Looks like the love between Samsung and Apple is continually in the decline. The 60 seconds' advertisement, released by Samsung recently, depicts iPhone fans queuing up outside supposed Apple stores in major cities in the US, mocking at the huge queues generated by every new Apple product launch.

Those people waiting outside are either playing, texting or listening to music on their iPhones while they wait. They also keep commenting on the various issues they have been facing with their phones. One guy even says "Uh huh, the battery looks sketchy", as if he'd been waiting too long in the queue.

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Yet, all's fine until one of them notices a Galaxy S II in a passerby's hand. One of them even eagerly asks if he can hold the phone in his hand. And the first thing someone comments, comparing the Galaxy S II and the iPhone, is how big the Galaxy's screen size is. The ad ends with one of the Galaxy S II owners mentioning "it's the Galaxy S II. This phone is amazing."

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First Published Date: 23 Nov, 11:44 IST
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