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  (Source: Samsung Mobile USA)
Samsung hits comedy gold... again

Samsung knows a good thing when it sees it. The company struck gold with its TV commercials mocking iPhone users late last year. The commercials depicted rabid Apple fans that wait in long lines to snap up the latest iteration of the iPhone.
Over the weekend, Samsung upped the ante with a print ad that directly went after Apple's new iPhone 5.
And now, Samsung is ready for a second round of "Apple Mockery" TV advertising. If the first commercials were amusing to you, this one is sure to tickle your funny bone as well. 

Here are some choice quotes:

"They're saying this phone is going to be like a precious jewel"
"All I'm saying is they should have a priority line for people that have waited 5 times"


Source: Samsung Mobile USA

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RE: Perfect commercial
By hartleyb on 9/20/2012 12:45:24 PM , Rating: 1

Has been ordered to pay Apple 2 Billion based on a perphone patent basis, don't know the exact amount per phone only that it comes up to 2 billion. Also Apple is asking that be increased to 3 billion, which it will most likley get. Also Sumsung has been ordered to pay licensing fees for each patent it violated. look it up on Arstechnica, or do a general internet search!!!!

Google and android have their own share of problems on the patent front and will end up paying out billions to Apple and Microsoft...once a again do genral internet search or look on Arstechnica...

What I don't understand is why people like yourself have to attack others, becuase they have a difference of opinion. Discussion is great, but attacking people becuase they don't believe as you do shows your ignorance, not your superiority.

RE: Perfect commercial
By Cheesew1z69 on 9/20/2012 12:50:24 PM , Rating: 2
Also Apple is asking that be increased to 3 billion,
Won't happen and after appeals is over, Samsung won't be paying anything.

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