Monday, July 14, 2014

Samsung makes the iPad targeted in new commercials for its Galaxy Tab S

Once again, Samsung critical weaknesses of Apple products to highlight the strengths of his own.

There are some days we talked a Samsung advertising aimed directly at iPhone users and attacking the autonomy of their favorite smartphone, which often forces them to always be near a power outlet to be able to recharge their valuable. Therewith, Samsung highlighted the opportunity to spend the Galaxy S5 on a super-efficient mode or, better yet, change the battery to have a completely filled in seconds.

Same struggle today with two new ads from the Korean manufacturer, this time aimed at promoting its new Galaxy Tab S coming out. The first video addresses the multi-task mode and denounces the iPad unable to really do two things at the same time where the upcoming Galaxy Tab S offers to position the two applications side by side and use both at the same time. The second pub is directly this time the screen of the Apple tablet. Samsung signaled that a Super AMOLED screen offers a 100 times higher than most LCD screens and states that if the LCD screens get their colors with the backlight contrast Super AMOLED screen off each pixel one by one to provide finer detail and shades of black varied.

Samsung, king of bashing in advertisements

After viewing these ads, some Apple fanboys might cry foul, claiming that Samsung can't do a pub without aiming its main competitor, and they will not really so wrong it's hard to remember an advertisement touting the merits of his product before citing weaknesses of Apple's. However, these two ads are certainly just another response to Apple's attacks on Android and Samsung. Furthermore, these spotlights highlight weaknesses recognized, even by users of Cases.

Hopefully the next batches of Apple products come correct some of these weaknesses, including the autonomy of the iPhone and multi-task mode of the iPad which we keep hearing about here and there. Also, note that a rumor alleging multi-window mode on iOS 8, allowing two applications to coexist beside one another in landscape mode, appeared a few days before the iOS presentation 8 during the keynote opening WWDC14. Unfortunately, the feature had finally been made ​​by Apple and has also not been included in the first beta of the mobile OS.

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