Samsung Encourages iPhone Owners to Switch to Galaxy Note10 in New 'Live Focus Video' Ad

Samsung Encourages iPhone Owners to Switch to Galaxy Note10 in New 'Live Focus Video' Ad

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Samsung is trying to get iPhone owners to switch to the Galaxy Note 10 with a new ad that highlights its Live Focus Video.

Bokeh up the mood with Galaxy Note10
Missing a ne sais quoi?
Switch to the Galaxy Note10
And fall in love with Live Focus Video.

Take a look at the ad below...

Mang Domeng - September 15, 2019 at 8:26pm
Your $1000 Samsung phone only last 3years with limited updates! How can I switch to a phone that last only a few years? My $1000 iPhone X with continuous iOS support will last up to 5 years. Same goes to my other phones which I handed over to my siblings and is still working. Who says iPhones are that too expensive when you get the most out of your money.
dayo75 - September 14, 2019 at 7:41am
Why switching to a device that lack stability in OS. Camera maybe better but iphone camera remain the best. Device that lies about zoom lens, memories and storage. If its not Apple, its can never be apple.
NoGoodNick - September 13, 2019 at 7:24pm
Not a terribly convincing argument: hey, who not switch to another device completely incompatible with all your other devices, requiring you to relearn everything you’ve ever done on your phone, just for the fun of it?
bulcars - September 13, 2019 at 5:52pm
No Thanks.I will keep my iphone,f...k this crap
nocci - September 13, 2019 at 4:56pm
And switch from something that is beyond easy to use and works seamlessly itself and with products made to work together for a feature very many aren't likely to use? Hell no! Nevermind the fact that I would even consider giving money towards a company that insults the intelligence and service of its rival (which I said before and is worth mentioning is such a low skill). Of yeah and android users are more in favor of older versions of the OS unlike newer ones according to the Apple events comparing the number of users using the latest version time and time again compared to android. For me though, how about be original with ideas instead of making half *ssed excuses to make it look like it's better than the other companies' version of it? Even without everything I mentioned, it's still going to take more than this to convince me otherwise.
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