The battle lines between Samsung and Apple have long been drawn in the sand, and the next battle for the minds (and wallets) of smartphone users would happen in more traditional media such as newspapers. Take a look at the ad above which Samsung intends to run in national newspapers from tomorrow onwards, where there seems to be a far longer list under the Galaxy S3’s belt compared to the recently announced iPhone 5 (that has seen phenomenal sales records, too).
The ad lists some of the more notable and key specifications between the two, but you can say that it is also a wee bit misleading. After all, the Samsung camp has a slew of Galaxy S3-specific software features, ranging from sharing photos sans wires between phones as well as tilt to zoom, but it has not a single mention concerning iPhone 5-specific features. It does seem to be a rather one-sided “argument” in a sense, but I am quite sure that newspaper ad campaign or not, there are staunch fans on both sides of the fence.