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It's about time Samsung got its own back on Apple after being sued for 1.5 bn. Here's the latest advert on why Samsung's Galaxy S3 is better than iPhone 5:


From gizmodo.com

asked Sep 16 '12 at 12:51

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edited Sep 20 '12 at 18:14

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Fogarty ♦♦

Its a cleverly worked out, well put together marketing campaign by a multinational company. (if you disagree think gain - we're talking about it so....) it's designed to make people that love and hate their product to talk about it.

And its working well.

answered Sep 19 '12 at 16:51

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I think it's a bit silly. It over-hyped the Galaxy and under-hyped the iPhone, of course. But I just think it'll be false fuel for fandroids, something for them to laugh about amongst themselves. But I don't think it'll have much of an effect on everyone else.

answered Sep 18 '12 at 11:36

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edited Sep 18 '12 at 12:03

I just think its stupid, childish, harsh and untrue... Samsung really need to grow up... and no I am not a apple fan boy, infact I don't even have an apple device.

answered Sep 18 '12 at 11:43

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I think that it's just like political advertisements:
Just enough true information, but enough bad information to make the other party look bad

Personally, I don't think that Samsung is being a arrogant about this whole thing (then again, who wouldn't be after being sued for more than $!,000,000,000).

Let's just say that if I had a choice between the Galaxy SIII or some "dumb phone", I would go with the dumb, featureless phone. However, I still like a lot of other Samsung products, like their 830 SSD, and their hard drives (really good HDD prices).

answered Sep 18 '12 at 07:28

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