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Samsung Copies 2007 iPhone Commercial to Promote Its Galaxy Gear Watch

Samsung Copies 2007 iPhone Commercial to Promote Its Galaxy Gear Watch

Samsung recently released a television ad for its new Galaxy Gear watch. The ad has been hailed as entertaining and original. Um… You might want to strike that last one…

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Obama Pacman, via The Loop:

Matthew Panzarino (@panzer), senior editor of Techcrunch noticed that Samsung is trying to pass off a copy of the original iPhone TV ad as its own.

Gee, maybe we’re all just being over sensitive about all this, considering Samsung’s past record of copying Apple every chance they get.

We’ll leave it up to you, the reader to decide.

2007 – first Apple iPhone TV ad:

2013 October – Samsung Galaxy Gear ad:

So, what’s your opinion dear reader? Did Samsung just run the original iPhone ad through their handy-dandy copying machine, or is the Samsung Galaxy Gear watch ad not a complete and total rip-off of the original iPhone commercial? Please, let us know what you think in the comments section below.

  1. Dmitry Libman says:

    samsung is just ridiculous. It’s actually just funny now.

  2. JAHMAR says:

    No resemblance at all!!! LOL SARCASIM iTS TOTALLY A RIPOFF OF APPLE ORIGINAL IPHONE AD

  3. Cuenta says:

    It’s in samsung’s DNA to copy, in fact it seems to be the only way for them to promote the junk they sell, they know well that most people are not tech savvy so they don’t care, they want to sell. Some time ago i read about Samsung executives eagerly waiting for a book to be available in korean to give it to it’s staff … Copycats, how smart companies use imitation, even in Korea they are embarrassed, this was published there… Samsung needs to become a “first-mover” and invent its own new gadgets, according to an editorial published by JoongAng Ilbo, one of South Korea’s largest newspapers…The South Korean Newspaper Told Samsung To Stop Being A Copycat

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