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Samsung Galaxy S8 + vs iPhone 8 Plus, who copy to whom?
Apple and Samsung are monopolizing the terrain of smartphones, it is no secret. A couple of years ago we knew that there would be some competition in the field of smartphones since LG, HTC, and Sony had much to say. That has changed a lot. To this day, that battle has become the same as Coca-Cola Vs.Pepsi, in which both brands – Samsung and Apple – fight over who copies whom.
A few hours ago, Evleaks (alias Evan Blass) echoed that the new Samsung Galaxy S8 would abandon the surname “Edge”. We have already commented on more than one occasion that the new high range of Samsung will have two models: Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, although we now know that the latter will be called “Samsung Galaxy S8 +.” What does that mean? That unlike other years, Samsung has advanced to Apple and has appropriated the surname “Plus”, putting in a check on the block.
Apple was the first to make use of the “Plus” surname on their iPhone. It was on September 9, 2014, when the apple introduced the iPhone 6 and its older brother, the iPhone 6 Plus. Later, Samsung would join the “Plus” fashion with its Samsung Galaxy S6 +, “copying” Apple in the use of the nomenclature. Years passed, and Samsung launched the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the S7 edge, while Apple launched the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus. All correct, but the war begins again.
Samsung will soon launch the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 +. That puts Apple against the sword and the wall because if you use “iPhone 8 Plus”, the community of users will be thrown over saying that copies to Samsung. All this taking into account that Samsung was the first to copy Apple in terms of nomenclature. So who copies whom?
We can say that Samsung is copying the strategy of Apple, although it hurts. Apple was the first to launch the “Plus” mode, and Samsung copied it later. It is not fair that we now say that Apple copies Samsung if you use the “Plus” on your new iPhone 8 since the apple is in its rightful right to use it if it deems it appropriate. Maybe it’s Samsung that should look for a new surname for their phablets, right?
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