Samsung launches a month test drive for those who want to exchange the iPhone for a Galaxy

Samsung launches a month test drive for those who want to exchange the iPhone for a Galaxy

THE Samsung decided to get ready again. The ball? Try to seduce iPhones users once and for all. To this end, the South Korean has put in place an aggressive plan, entitled Ultimate Test Drive.

Test drive promoted by Samsung

Get ready for your Test drive.

For just one dollar you can test one of our latest Samsung phones for 30 days without obligation. Your kit Test drive come with the phone of your choice, an activated SIM card and a step-by-step guide to help you get started Test drive. After 30 days, if you buy a participating Samsung device, there will be even more perks in store for you.

The clear idea: convert iPhone users to Samsung smartphones, be it the Galaxy Note 5, the Galaxy S6 edge +, among others. Obviously there are rules to be followed, one that only US residents can participate in.

I would very much like to know the result of a campaign like this, a pity that we will hardly see the company communicating the numbers related to this. Anyway, action shows how troubled Samsung remains with Apple. Despite selling more handsets than Ma as a whole, the iPhone has been the best-selling smartphone in the world for 10 months, not even the latest Samsung launches have managed to lift the Apple phone from the top of the ranking.

As the latest devices made of aluminum and glass and losing some features like removable battery, entry for microSD cards and being waterproof, the South Korean made it clear that she would bet on a line more similar to that of Apple to achieve success. So far, he has not succeeded; we'll see if that Ultimate Test Drive help with something.

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And since we're talking about Samsung, the site SamMobile informed that the company is planning to launch another tablet for its collection. But this one, with a small peculiarity.

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According to the information we received, the SM-T670, which is codenamed Tahoe, a tablet that runs Android 5.1 Lollipop and has an 18.4 inch display. It has an LCD TFT screen with a resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels, an Exynos 7580 processor octa-core 64 bits of 1.6GHz, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, microSD card slot (supporting up to 128GB) and a 5,700mAh battery. It will also come with an 8 megapixel primary camera and a 2.1 megapixel secondary camera. It is 45.1 cm wide, 27.5 cm high and 1.1 cm thick.

If you think the rumored “iPad Pro” is big (with its supposed 12-inch screen), what about this supposed tablet that Samsung would be developing? It would make a great coffee table, wouldn't it?

(via Engadget, MacRumors)