Samsung has released three new video ads taking a dig at Apple’s latest iPhone 12 series. Samsung says that your next phone “should be an upgrade, not a downgrade” stating that its new Samsung Galaxy S21 series is superior to its Apple counterparts.
Samsung has launched an interactive website called “iTest” to allow iPhone users to experience a Galaxy device on their handset. The company is currently advertising the website in New Zealand.
At its Galaxy Unpacked 2021 event, Samsung announced its AirTags rival, the Galaxy SmartTags and SmartTags+ alongside the Galaxy S21 series and Galaxy Buds Pro. These Tile-like tracking tags will connect to any device over Bluetooth and are powered by a coin battery that’s good enough to last for months.
Samsung today announced the Galaxy S21 series, its first flagship lineup of 2021. As the company has done in the past, the Korean smartphone maker has followed Apple’s footsteps and stopped bundling a power adapter in the box of the Galaxy S21 series.
At the Unpacked event, Samsung has unveiled Galaxy Buds Pro with a new design, better ANC, and an immersive sound. Samsung is aiming to compete with AirPods Pro with the new Galaxy Buds Pro.
Samsung today announced the Galaxy S21 series to take on Apple’s iPhone 12 lineup. While the company tends to launch its new flagship phones in late February or early March, it decided to launch the Galaxy S21 series a few weeks earlier than usual to better compete with the iPhone 12 lineup. Now that the Galaxy S21 lineup is official, here’s a look at how it fares against the iPhone 12 Pro series.
Samsung today officially announced that it will be holding its next Galaxy Unpacked event on January 14, 2021, where it will be announcing the Galaxy S21 series.
It is prevalent for Samsung to take potshots at Apple whenever new iPhones are released. This time around, it was no different. Samsung mocked Apple for ditching wall chargers and EarPods on new iPhones. However, now the South Korean company has removed the Facebook post mocking Apple.
It was Samsung that started the trend of big screens in smartphones over a decade ago with the original Galaxy Note series. The Korean company pushed boundaries in terms of display size on smartphones that led other companies including Apple to follow suit. Now though, reports have emerged pointing to Samsung doing away with its Galaxy Note lineup next year.
Apple announced that it will not be shipping a charging adapter and headphones with its smartphones anymore. According to Apple, it has taken this step to reduce the carbon footprint and protect the environment. However, reports online suggest that the brand has taken this step to reduce the manufacturing cost of iPhones and increase its profit margin.