If it is possible to quote something that has as much to do with the launch of the new iPhones as the devices themselves, it is the lines formed at Apple stores around the world by those who want to get their hands on the new ones soon. gadgets.
Sometimes Ma's competitors take advantage of these lines to promote their products, mainly Samsung. This year, however, who decided to make fun of Ma was the Huawei: instead of trying to sell their smartphones to Apple consumers waiting in line, people in Chinese manufacturer T-shirts distribute about 200 units of Power Bank SuperCharge at the door of Apple Orchard Road in Singapore.
Here's one power bank. You will need it. Courtesy of Huawei.
Huawei's ?gifts? are part of one of the company's attempts to make fun of the iPhone's battery in addition to promoting its own brand, of course. While the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max have 2,658mAh and 3,174mAh batteries, respectively, the P20 Pro, China's flagship, has a 4,000mAh battery.
Dissatisfied with the disclosure in only one location, Huawei decided to mock Apple also in the UK, where he placed a van in front of a flagship of the company in London. In the furg, employees of the Chinese manufacturer served juice to Ma's passing customers, presenting the slogan Get ju% ce that lasts (?Get a juice that lasts? in English, "Juice" may also refer to the battery capacity of a device) and No traces of Apple ("No Ma traits").
In addition, equipment was also installed in the vehicle to recharge several smartphones at the same time. Again, Huawei's reference (lack of) iPhone battery is clear.
Say hello to the Huawei Ju% ce Van, it comes with brain-boosting drinks (with no traces of apple) to recharge minds, and plug sockets to recharge battery-depleted phones. A #HigherIntelligence is coming 16.10.18 pic.twitter.com/jJLMbJmnnD
– Huawei Mobile UK (@HuaweiMobileUK) September 21, 2018
Say the juice van from Huawei. It comes with drinks that speed up the brain (without a trace of apple) to recharge minds and connectors to recharge phones without a battery. The #IntelignciaMaior is coming 10/16/18
As we said, this is not the first time that competitors take advantage of queues at Apple stores to get ready with Ma. Last year, after the launch of the iPhone X, Samsung launched a Galaxy line commercial ridiculing people waiting in line to buy the new iPhones.
Imagine the reaction of people when they receive a brand new external battery, or else have a juice (without apple) offered by Huawei at the door of Apple? Personally, I thought the Chinese company's marketing was more original and, let's face it, funny.