Originally Posted by jeffreytgilbert
Is it though? Really? Because it seems in an apples to apples comparison, they're working with what they got and ignoring what they don't.
Sounds like they're ignoring what they "got" (their phones) and working with what they don't (Apple's phones). Or maybe you can explain what business Microsoft has talking about the iPhone.
If you spend the time to put a 41 megapixel, 9 element, motion stabilized, f2.2 camera into a phone, you probably want to tout that.
That explains why absolutely none of those features were talked about in these ads, nor that a phone with them is mentioned at all.
Megapixels are meaningless.
If you made a "unibody" polycarbonate phone in dayglow colors 3 years before apple announced one, you probably want to call that out too. Seems legit to me. Some times you gotta call a spade a spade.
Sometimes I want to hit people on the head with the sharp end of a spade. I should hope you're joking.
Nokia stole their design from the iPod.
Lets just acknowledge that color themed UI based on the color of the phone was NOT done by Apple first.
Thanks; that wasn't even being talked about. Although all their advertising artwork of the colored iPods in the past proves you wrong.
Being an informed consumer means knowing what you're buying and why.
Having what to do with this advertisement?
All I'm saying is, be realistic. Don't just be a band wagon fan. You make the rest of us sound like tools.
Stop lying; maybe you won't sound like a tool, then. What was that about spades earlier?