HTC and Nokia trying to troll Samsung on its launch of Galaxy S5. [Images]
When Samsung announces its new release then the whole mobile community is expected to sit and watch for it, eagerly. Recently Samsung announced Galaxy S5 at the Mobile World Conference at Barcelona, and it’s a beacon not only for those who were waiting to get their hands on it but also for those mobile manufacturing companies who compete against it.
One thing for certain, that Nokia and HTC were looking forward to when Samsung brings forth its new creation, and with this release it seems inevitable that Galaxy S5 is going to sell like hot cakes, just like its ancestors.But instead for focusing on their respectful products, both the companies, HTC and Nokia have gone for poking and trolling Samsung’s brand new release. However they seem a bit more than desperate in doing so.
Talking about HTC first, who looked so eager and hasty, as it posted snap , which looked like conveying the message to the likes of Samsung, as if they are going to be disappointed after seeing what the popular company had in store for them. We are not going to be judgmental about the company after seeing this. Definitely we are a big fan of HTC but if the sales figure of Samsung and HTC are ever compared, we have less doubt in guessing the winner.
Nokia also took part in this game, that is lets-poke-Samsung, and they did so by hinting that buyers may come out with any other product other than Samsung’s.One may presume that they are reckoning people to stick to their own chosen multi-colored cell phones and keeping this fact in mind that people aren’t actually going for smartphones loaded with Microsoft operating system, increasing the sales figure might require more than making fun through tweets, of other company.
Samsung might not take all this pointing and poking to their hearts amongst their celebration of launching new Galaxy in the Samsung flagship, but at the end of the day what will matter are the year-end figures, and we know what they are going to yield.
And this is not the first case of trolling; the same thing happened at the time when Apple launched its iPhone 5s and 5c.