Samsung has actually spent years releasing ads that mock Apple’s choice to remove the 3.5 mm earphone jack from the iPhone, a move that began with the iPhone 7 in 2016. Now that Samsung has actually eliminated the earphone jack from the Galaxy A8 and Galaxy Note 10, the business has actually silently deleted these buffooning ads from some of its YouTube channels.
The original “Growing Up” ad is still available on the Samsung Malaysia channel, nevertheless, and can be seen below. The advertisement depicts the life of a young man who lastly decides to switch from Apple to Samsung, with among the bottom lines of contention being the absence of a 3.5 mm headphone jack.
Samsung has traditionally used a buffooning method when it comes to promoting its own products, taking to pointing out the downsides of its competitors in an effort to sell Galaxy smart devices. The business has also teased iPhones for their speed, Apple’s Genius Bar, the Apple Pencil, and much more.
Samsung just revealed the Note 10 and Note 10+ yesterday, consisting of an AMOLED Cinematic Infinity Display (the Galaxy Note 10+ includes the biggest display yet in a Note device). The Cinematic Infinity Displays are almost bezel free and consist of a little chin at the bottom and a single hole punch camera cutout. There is also an ultrasonic finger print sensor, face recognition, and– obviously– no headphone jack.
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