Friday, July 27, 2018

Samsung ads ridicule the iPhone X notch, lack of split-screen multitasking & SD card

Since the launch of the iPhone X, Samsung is trying to stoke fire of anti-iPhone ads even with the launch of its own flagship, the Galaxy S9. Earlier today the company released three new anti-iPhone ads, part of its current “Ingenius” ad campaign, which poke fun of that infamous iPhone X notch while ridiculing the handset’s lack of an SD card slot and split-screen multitasking.

The employee offers that “it takes time” to get used to the notch, and then the ad ends with customers that have notch-style haircuts. Because sheeple, maybe.

So let's watch these ads:


That’s right, the notch family from Samsung’s earlier ads makes a cameo appearance! “Does the X have a full-screen design without that notch? Nah,” reads the video’s description on YouTube.



For those keeping track, this is the third batch of Samsung ads recently. We’ve seen the company make fun of the iPhone X for its slower LTE download speeds, and after that they took a shot at “dongle life”. On the other side of the coin, though, Apple recently launched a pretty wild ad showcasing the power of the A11 Bionic processor found in the iPhone X.


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