We find many companies teasing each other it may be offending too sometimes which are operating under the same scenario and same marketplace and is termed as a part of the competition to some extent.
But in the case of Samsung and Apple, the so called teasing is quite interesting and is a different story. The rivalry between the two global leaders of the smartphone industry is never ending there's no gateway still to which these two smartphone makers end up throwing allegations on each other. The super alleging series of taunting each other in some or the other way grabs many people's attention worldwide although it is big or small, because of the dominance, reach and the brand image they have in the smartphone segment and the popularity these companies gained so far in their respective platforms by introducing the best ever Next-Gen technology within their products portfolio and standing out as incubation hubs of advanced Engineering and Technology and also hitting the top with their involvement in R & D. Everybody knows what is the reason behind their baiting and there's no need to mention all the tragedy that happened a long back.
This time, it was Samsung's turn to act in the super alleging series and it made its way by filming a new ad about their two masterpiece counterparts, The Samsung Galaxy S6 and The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, ditching the iPhone. In the ad film, Samsung shows how people are encountering the charging problems and how people use a bunch of cables and depend upon them all the time to keep their devices powered up seamlessly. As a smart solution for this problem, Samsung suggests that their devices are capable of getting rid of the cable riddle by showing their Wireless Charging Technology built into these devices, and how one can charge their phones without any woe. While things going around, it can be clearly seen at 0:14 of the video where a frustrated user with an iPhone 6 alongside him will not find any way to charge his phone.Samsung entitles the video as, "Galaxy S 6 : Change The Way You Charge" which suggests that one should ditch their iPhone and opt for Galaxy S 6 or its Edge variant to find a new way to charge. Does it feel the same for you? Check out the video below.