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Samsung Mocks Apple and iPhone in Latest Galaxy S II Ad



Samsung has been on an absolute roll lately in the mobile advertising world. First, it released a fantastic ad for the American version of the Galaxy S II and then Google put out an equally awesome ad for Sammy’s Galaxy Nexus. Today though, the company has taken it up a notch as its latest Galaxy S II ad mocks Apple, the iPhone 4S, those who love Apple products, and more.

I had been waiting for someone, Motorola, HTC, Google, someone to lace into the competition because of how flooded the market is right now, but it was Samsung who decided to go all-in and it did not disappoint.

I mean, it even managed to include the hipster barista in there.

The ad could not come at a more volatile time for the companies either as both are pitted against in litigation over patents.

And this should only add fuel to the fire.

Via: Mashable





  1. BrianB13

    11/22/2011 at 5:25 pm

    By far, the best phone commercial I have seen all year.  Kudos to Samsung!!

  2. Woody

    11/22/2011 at 6:16 pm

    One might expect and actually look forward to the kind of petty, immature “my phone’s bigger than yours” mentality that exists on tech nerd forums, but to stoop to this level in an ad campaign makes Samsung look, well, petty, immature and remarkably pathetic.

    • Anonymous

      11/22/2011 at 7:00 pm

      Woody you’re an idiot

  3. Anonymous

    11/23/2011 at 6:51 am

  4. Michael Curry

    11/23/2011 at 12:46 pm

    it is obvious that Samsung started this just prior to the holiday shopping
    frenzy, iPhone has overall consideration rate within consumers and is gaining market
    share within the business enterprise. In our company alone they replaced every
    single highly expensive business telephone with a iPhone docked into a ifusion
    smart station running Cisco mobile app. I now have one devise for all my
    personal and business communications needs. They told us all the power saving
    alone in one year from the old desk phone paid for the entire project. Nobody
    at this point can come close to this however please try for us consumers really
    enjoy all the new and innovated products developed from the spirit of competition.

  5. Anonymous

    11/23/2011 at 5:23 pm

  6. awhitehea

    06/04/2013 at 3:57 am

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