South Korean tech giant Samsung compared the device to the iPhone 12 Pro Max in commercials in which the Galaxy S21 Ultra showed off its camera capabilities.
It’s no secret that big tech companies often make fun of each other by posting videos comparing their own and rival companies’ devices. Two new Samsung videos released put the iPhone 12 Pro Max in a pretty bad position against the Galaxy S21 Ultra.
In the first video, the Korean company compared the zoom capabilities of the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G and iPhone 12, Pro Max. As you would expect in such a video, the Apple smartphone was able to give the appearance of a circle that is not so clear instead of the moon, even at maximum magnification. But Samsung’s Galaxy S21 Ultra took a fairly clear picture of our satellite, where you can even see the large craters. At the same time, the Korean company couldn’t help but troll the company, writing “Is it close enough?” on the photo taken by the iPhone.
In the second video, Samsung went from one side to the other and demonstrated its macro capabilities, and according to the video, the winner was again the Galaxy S21 Ultra. The photo taken with this device had higher details and more remarkable colors. The Korean company again taunted Apple, writing “Is it detailed enough?” in a not-so-clear photo of the iPhone 12 Pro Max.