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Latest Samsung Galaxy S5 Ad Attacks The iPhone’s Battery

Samsung has long targeted Apple with their ads, and the new one is no exception. This new ad uses Samsung’s new Ultra Power Saving mode and the fact that you can swap a battery if needed.

The ad calls iPhone users “wall huggers,” who are always huddled around outlets looking to charge their devices. As an iPhone user, I am actually a little annoyed at how small the battery is in mAh vs the GS5, but sometimes it’s not that bad.

The battery difference is 1,570 mAh in the iPhone 5s and 2800 mAh in the Galaxy S5. But do you see users of any manufacturers’ phones huddled around wall plugs in airports?

Source: Samsung via 9to5Google