We all know very well that the battle of each brand to stay with the largest audience worldwide never ceases, but quite the opposite. As we all know, Huawei and Samsung are two of the largest tech companies in the world, this makes each company look for the best strategies to market its products. Hence, recently, Huawei pokes FUN at Samsung.
VIDEO: Huawei Pokes FUN At Samsung
The battle of each brand to stay with the largest audience worldwide never ceases, but quite the opposite. As we all know, Huawei and Samsung are two of the largest tech companies in the world, this makes each company look for the best strategies to market its products.
Recall when Huawei introduced the Mate 10 model weeks ago. This top of range came with all the merits to position itself as one of the best devices for the end of the year and beginning of 2018. Its battery of 4,000 mAh competes with other high-end smartphones. This is what the company itself knows, and that is why it has decided to implement a promotion strategy that gives the South Korean giant Samsung the point for the creation of the Galaxy S8.
The Huawei video
It is worth staying to watch the 15 seconds of video. In the content of the same we see 5 simple scenes and with a clear message: that the Huawei Mate 10 presumes more autonomy than the Samsung Galaxy S8. Although nowhere in the video is something allusive to Samsung, it validates that it is a competition between the two if we look closely at the back of the smartphone.
Between the scenes, we have the young man with an external battery in the living room of the home, a comparison of the battery in the subway and another spectacular scene in a restaurant. In most comparisons, the Galaxy S8 needs an external battery, while the Mate 10 presumes autonomy for a while.
Undoubtedly, this promotional video represents a thrust for the South Korean firm. And of course, it is not unreasonable to think that the Seoul-based multinational is already working on a bombshell highlighting the benefits of its mobile and reducing those of the competitor. It already did when the iPhone X came out, so it’s also likely to do it here.
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