This Samsung Ad Takes Swipes At iPhone’s Screen Size And iPad’s multitasking

Can we talk seriously for one time please ?  We all know that Samsung is a huge copycat company and no one can say except this, right ? Samsung didn't only copied the same design of Apple devices only, but it also took some features that existed in iPhone and iPad multitasking..

A new ad featuring side-by-side comparison of its 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab Pro and Apple’s iPad. Not only that, Samsung has actually borrowed the concept of Apple’s inaugural iPad Air commercial dubbed ‘Pencil’ and applied it to its ad.

The video ad called " ‘Multitasking Redefined’ highlights Samsung device’s multitasking capabilities allowing it to render two apps side-by-side, because “doing two things at once is greater than doing one thing at once”.

The 60-second video proudly proclaims the Galaxy Tab 10.1 to be an even thinner tablet than the iPad Air despite a negligible difference in their thickness. There’s also another ad which uses a video of a LeBron James slam dunk to mock the iPhone’s screen size…!–more–>

For those wondering, Samsung Galaxy Pro 10.1 is 7.3mm thick versus 7.5mm for the iPad Air. The 0.2mm difference is enough of a justification to call the Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 thinner than the iPad Air.

In the case of the screen resolution, Samsung has a point: the Apple tablet’s Retina screen maxes out at 1,536-by-2,048 pixels (264ppi) while Samsung’s device packs even more pixels at a whopping 1,600-by-2,560 pixel resolution (299ppi).

Finally I would say: Shame on you Samsung. Long live Apple.


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