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iPhone Gets Boldly Trolled By Smartphone Brand That Overtook It In Global Sales

By Mikelle Leow, 18 Sep 2017



Composite image by DesignTAXI. Background video screenshots via Huawei Mobile Singapore

Early this month, it was announced that Apple had been overtaken in global smartphone sales by a Chinese smartphone manufacturer that some of you might be less familiar with—Huawei.

With its newfound confidence, Huawei knew the time was ripe to crunch Apple to its very core. The company has been nothing short of brave with its new set of international campaigns that less-than-subtly claim superiority over the iPhone.

In many of its social media pages, Huawei teased its upcoming P10 phone with an ad that literally takes a bite out of an apple.

A video by Huawei UK showed the cross-section of an apple browning distastefully to environmental conditions, and Huawei Singapore cheekily mocked iPhone X’s Face ID abilities.

Huawei isn’t the only brand to have recently dragged Apple’s capabilities through the mud. Samsung boldly dissed the iPhone 7 at its Galaxy Note 8 launch with side-by-side comparisons of the two products. China’s Xiaomi decided to launch its new phone just a day before the Apple event, and later even unveiled a notebook “for money far less than Apple’s latest laptop.”

Watch the brazen campaigns below. Will the iPhone X still be the apple of your eye?



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Video via Huawei Mobile



Video via Huawei Mobile Singapore



Video via Huawei Mobile UK



Composite image by DesignTAXI. Background video screenshots via Huawei Mobile Singapore



Video screenshot via Huawei Mobile UK


[videos via various sources, images via various sources]
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