When Samsung introduced the Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10+ a couple of days ago, it launched a new official product or video presentation. During the beginning of the video, the voiceover announcer says: “stainless steel and glass meld seamlessly to minimize bezel.” However, there is a big mistake with this statement. The Galaxy Note 10 line uses aluminum, not stainless steel. The Verge claims to have spoken to Samsung and the manufacturer confirmed this error.
And to make matters worse, SamMobile points out that this same mistake was repeated on Sammy’s website. The original copy on the site mentioned “High-polish stainless steel,” which was changed to “High-polish metal.” And in a new version of the introductory video that was released today on Samsung’s YouTube channel, the line on stainless steel and glass has been completely removed even though the video hasn’t changed. The reality may be better for Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ owners, as aluminum scratches less easily than stainless steel.
Samsung Has Changed This Work A Lot On Other Problems Related To The Galaxy Note 10 Line
This is not the only edition that Samsung has released this week. As we said yesterday, after removing the 3.5 mm headphone jack from the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+, Samsung has removed any marketing materials that could be considered an opportunity on Apple’s iPhone from its accounts. social media. Of course, Samsung has a rich and colorful history of tracking iPhone and its fans. For example, who could forget the advertising launched by Samsung in 2011 for the Galaxy S II that used actors to play iPhone fans waiting for the iPhone 4s.
Samsung has also removed the entire series of witty advertisements that an actor used to make fun of an Apple Genius trying to sell customers in the Apple Store on iPhone X. In one of those advertisements, a man enters the store asking if he can still use your headphones on that particular iPhone model was introduced the concept of using a dongle. Apple had already dropped the 3.5mm headphone jack on their phones and this spot was a way that Samsung teased Apple about it. After all, Samsung has maintained the Samsung Galaxy S9 series connector and hasn’t removed it with Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ so far.
We must ask ourselves how Samsung could make a mistake on the materials used for the Galaxy Note 10 line in a video seen almost 3 million times. And therefore, repeating the mistake on your website means that some employees of the company’s marketing department will not sleep well in the coming days. Now it may be possible that at some point in their development, Note 10 phones use stainless steel; After all, this is the material used by Apple for the frames of iPhone X, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max (the iPhone XR uses aluminum). But someone was wrong and, although it will probably end up being a case without damage, without failures, no company likes to sound silly after presenting a phone line that represents its technological peak for the year.
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