This week was marked by the official presentation of the iPhone 14. Apple’s new mobile devices were unveiled last Wednesday and, as expected, did not go unnoticed by anyone, not even Samsung.
After the reveal of the iPhone 14, opinions about them multiplied and not all in the same direction. As happens every year, the internet has been flooded with satires about new Apple products, a phenomenon that again counts with the collaboration of Samsung.
Samsung points out the disadvantages of the iPhone 14 compared to its products
Through the social network Twitter, Apple’s main rival developed a new marketing campaign to try to reduce the characteristics of the new iPhone 14. As it could not be otherwise, Samsung pointed out the details that are below what it provides itself.
Firstly, Samsung points out the disadvantage of the new 48 MP cameras of the iPhone 14 Pro compared to its Ultra models. The latter, as the Korean says, have been on the market for over two and a half years with 108 MP sensors.
We know there’s a lot more to a camera’s quality than the megapixel count of its sensor. However, Samsung uses these numbers to emphasize that its cameras are at a higher level in this count.
When is a foldable iPhone?
Samsung also takes advantage of its status as leader in the foldable smartphone market to leave splinters to its arch-rival. In summary, the South Korean questioned when Apple will dare to enter this segment.
One of the publications directly asks Apple about when the company launches a “Fold” model. Once again, it highlights the fact that it has been present in this market for over two years with its Galaxy Fold line.
Even the Galaxy Flip was used to leave the pecking to Apple. The one that has proved to be Samsung’s most successful folding device has yet to find an answer from the American giant.
Naturally, these publications further incite the existing rivalry between Samsung and Apple. Quickly, fans of the latter took to the comments box for these publications to defend the company and the products they love.
Answers such as “we still don’t care” can be read in the publications made by Samsung. The reverse is also true, with Samsung fans trying to further highlight the apparent lack of innovation in Apple’s products. In short, a healthy rivalry.
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