Samsung returns to the load in its anti-advertising campaignApple
Last July Samsung returned to the attack with its famous anti-facetApple with a new advertising campaign that It showed iPhone users as "plugged into the wall", showing how they are constantly tied to a power outlet due to the lack of autonomy of the iPhone, unlike their own smartphones from Samsung.
The new campaign refers to the autonomy of its devices at the airport sockets
Today CNet reports that the South Korean company, Samsung, has led its campaign on the autonomy of mobile devices from Apple, the iPhone, and its users one more step putting up posters on the power outlets of the main airports.
As we have said, the new ads take the form of posters near or around the sockets where you can read «Samsung Galaxy S5 with Ultra Power Saving Mode »or« Samsung Galaxy S5 with Ultra Energy Saving Mode «, followed by a phrase that seems to refer to the comments made in the recent advertising campaign of Apple : «So you have the power to be anywhere but here» or what it means: «So you have the power to be anywhere but here«.
If you want to take a look at this latest movement by Koreans in the increasingly intense advertising war between Apple and Samsung, in addition to the image below, you can also find these signs at US airports. such as the John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, as well as the O’Hare and Midway Chicago airports. Samsung has also said that these announcements will reach more airports depending on the success obtained in the first three.
The iPhone 6 will have a larger battery although with the same autonomy of other iPhone models
As we already know, Apple He is currently working to introduce the new iPhone 6 with two different screen sizes, 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches, next September 9, although according to rumors it seems that the new model will have a larger battery, it will only be able to provide the same autonomy, to this device, as that of its smaller brothers, due to its new dimensions and potential of the new hardware.
If you still have not been able to watch the Samsung video in which they say that users are "plugged into the wall", then you can enjoy it.