Samsung Takes Shots At IPad In New Set Of Galaxy Pro Ads.

Posted: Apr 9 2014, 11:29am CDT | by , Updated: Apr 9 2014, 11:35am CDT , in Home Entertainment

Samsung Takes Shots At iPad in New Set Of Galaxy Pro  Ads.
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Samsung has released a new set of TV Ads which focuses on offered by the Galaxy Pro that Apple’s slate doesn’t have

Samsung's clever new slew of video ads feature the Galaxy Pro owners looking down upon the iPad users. All the ads focus on the stream of features which Samsung is offering but are not available to the iPad users and Apple’s slate doesn’t have an answer for these Galaxy Pro features. The focus of one of these ads is the multiple user accounts feature which is available with the Galaxy Pro and some other Android devices too. Unfortunately for the iPad users, iOS is yet to accomplish this feature on its devices and Samsung made sure that it didnt miss out this point in the ad. One of the other ads again boasts about how good the Galaxy pro is and this one talks about the display in particular and how this 2560 x 1600 display beats iPad's 2048 x 1536 screen. And then off course there is Galaxy Tab's ability to open multiple apps at the same time in the split screen mode and once again this is something which iPad users cannot do. These ads might somehow also be hitting on the Amazon’s Kindle because Samsung has also pointed at this device for its lack of features. This is not the first time that Samsung has so bluntly attacked competition but then it cant be labelled as something unfair because everything is fair in business competition and Samsung has always gotten the best out of its ads.

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