The Samsung and Apple war is never going to end and they’ve been at it from quite some time now. The Korean manufacturer has always been known to show their hate towards Apple more than any other company out there. They’ve made numerous ads picking at Apple products and they continue to do so. In their latest efforts to show how their products are better than Apple’s, Samsung has posted two new ads.
Samsung announced the Galaxy Tab 10.1 Pro recently, there are so many of them that I’ve lost count. Nevertheless, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 Pro is thinner than the Apple iPad Air by a mere 0.2mm, which is hardly noticeable. To show this and how the tablet can also handle multiple tasks at the same time, Samsung released the following video comparing the iPad Air and the Galaxy Tab 10.1 Pro:
The tablet also has a resolution of 1,600 x 2,560 and 299ppi density, which is of course higher than that of the iPad Air. And yes, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 Pro can run two tasks at once, but clearly people are more interested in the iPad. Also, did you notice how this ad highly resembles Apple’s very first ad for the iPad Air, with the pencil and all that.
Then there’s the new ad for the Galaxy Note 3, which points out how it’s better to watch high resolution videos on a HD screen rather than on the 4-inch screen of the iPhone. The ad is titled LeBron James and shows you how it’s better to watch a video on the Note 3 that has a 5.7-inch full HD display.
Shouldn’t we enjoy this high-definition jam on a screen that’s actually high-definition? 5.7 inches of HD… or 4.0 inches of non-HD.
Check out the video below:
Samsung really knows how to stab Apple in the right spots. What did you think of these new ads from Samsung? I think Samsung should grow up and let their devices and users do the talking. Let us know in the comments.