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Samsung attacks iPhone in its latest ad, calls users 'wall huggers'

In Samsung's latest ad for the Galaxy S5, it takes a swipe at the iPhone battery life, calling iPhone users 'wall huggers'
By: Anthony Garreffa | Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Jul 6, 2014 2:03 am

In the company's latest ad for the Galaxy S5, Samsung takes another swipe at Apple and its iPhone, this time concentrating on the lack of battery life and the inability to change the battery. The ad is smart, getting everything said in less than 60 seconds.



As you can see, Samsung takes to an airport, seeing users charge their iPhone's while S5 users enjoy the luxury of longer battery life on their phone thanks to Samsung's power saving modes, as well as the Galaxy S5 having a user replaceable battery. Not a single iPhone has had a user replaceable battery, or battery saving modes, but iPhone users do have the ability to turn off 3G/4G and Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to save battery life.




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