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Samsung has released a new advertisment titled as “It doesn’t take a genius” in which Samsung is comparing its device, the Samsung Galaxy III with the Apple iPhone 5.
What are your thoughts on this new Add by Samsung? Have they left out some key features from the iPhone 5? Is this in reaction to the lost lawsuit? OR Are they right – Is this the superior product?
Have your say below….
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