Samsung slams iPhone users as “wall huggers” in latest commercial
You know you’ve seen these guys… the ones who plug in their smartphones at airports, coffee shops, bathrooms, and other places. Heck, we’ve all been there. Early Android smartphones were outright terrible for battery life. Samsung’s latest TV spot, “Wall Huggers”, takes aim at the iPhone and its internal battery. As they see it, these tethered folks are unable to enjoy the finer things in life, like grabbing a drink or sharing a laugh with co-workers.
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