Samsung's American division launched a new 'attack' on Apple a few weeks ago, in the form of a set of short and nice commercials under the name ingenius, Which focus on a famous employee of the iPhone genius team, who has trouble dealing with his customers' questions about the relative advantages of the giant products from Korea.
It started with some more general videos, And now with the launch of the Galaxy Note 9 Continues to highlight the specific capabilities of the new model compared toiPhone X - The touch pen that exists only on the iPad but does not match the competitor's smartphones as well as face recognition support through the front camera array that exists on both devices and can no longer be considered a 'winning feature' of the Dark only.
It's really not sure these videos will convince my fans Dark The veterans are switching sides, but there is no doubt that Samsung currently has a good chance to boast of its technological achievements over a device introduced nearly a year ago - and make the most of the time until the updated 2018 iPhone models are able to scramble the cards.
Outside the North American markets, it is very possible that the greatest threat to the סמסונג And its Note 9 is not at all Dark - but rather Huawei Who is constantly getting stronger, and is vigorously preparing to introduce her new Mate models sometime in the coming months. The senior Chinese manufacturer certainly sees itself as a Korean competitor's leading competitor - and this is made clear through its own tweet in which it belittles the moderately improved image of the fresh model.
A picture of the "simple" dual camera array on the P10 Pro compared to the elaborate and special triangular array on the P20 Pro alongside the caption, "It looks like a true generation-to-generation improvement" criticizes both the exterior appearance of the Note 9 that remains almost identical to its predecessor, And on the dual camera, which is the same level of hardware we already got about six months ago inGalaxy S9 Plus - But what is most interesting here is the promise of the tweet: "Imagine what is in store for you next", which is probably a wink to the intended Mate 20.
Huawei certainly manages to set a heightened expectation here - and we hope you will succeed without disappointing, to make sure the tough competition in the market continues to drive its players forward.