Samsung pushes its iPhone insulting 'wall hugger' ads into airports

Samsung takes to airports for an expansion of its anti-iPhone 'wall hugger' advertisements.

| Aug 14, 2014 at 12:25 am CDT

It was only last month that we reported on Samsung's 'wall hugger' advertisements, that took a stab at iPhone users. The South Korean giant has now pushed this 'wall huggers' advertising campaign into airports, where it reiterates the battery life of its latest Galaxy S5 smartphone.

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Samsung points to the fact that the Galaxy S5 has an 'Ultra Power Saving Mode' but the ad itself says: "So you have the power to be anywhere but here", and I wonder what Samsung means by that. Apple will most likely fire back in the coming months when it launches its new iPhone, which should feature a larger screen, and a better battery.

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