HTC pokes fun at Samsung and Apple in this "Cellami" ad, says the One M9 is "the best"
posted by Florin T. / Apr 24, 2015, 6:41 PM
These fictional diseases have a cure that's also fictional: a medicine called Cellami (aka metalidone boomsoundide), which has unpleasant side effects like "permanent thumb loss", "blue teeth" and "oily plastic discharges."
Luckily, HTC is happy to say that you "do not need Cellami at all" if you own an HTC One M9. That's because, as HTC puts it, "your phone is the best." Of course, the best phone is a subjective term, and while a handset (the One M9, the Galaxy S6, the iPhone 6, etc) might indeed be the best for some, it won't really be a great match for others.
Check out the new HTC ad below, and, if you want, also check out a few HTC One M9 vs. Samsung Galaxy S6 photos, plus some HTC One M9 vs. iPhone 6 images.
Posts: 232; Member since: Apr 13, 2015
Dear dumb HTC please improve your crappy camera on devices and adress the performance issues on you m9 and m9+ then you can try to mock at Samsung and Apple right now i feel that even Huawaei,Xaiomi and Asus are way better than you try upgrading yourself nice try though
posted on Apr 24, 2015, 6:48 PM 37
Posts: 738; Member since: May 20, 2014
Non of these have better multitasking than htc's sense ui so stop saying the brands you mentioned are better than HTC.
posted on Apr 24, 2015, 10:42 PM 2
Posts: 1656; Member since: Jun 06, 2010
Since when did multitasking meant keeping more apps in memory? More RAM will allow you to keep more apps in memory? How does this relate to multitasking? "MULTI-TASKING" read that and try to understand the word properly. I would rather be interested to see how I can do more stuffs within the same instance. Say an example of multitasking would be like listening to music while reading news and replying to a message within the same screen - everything done seamlessly. MULTITASKING - accomplishing multiple tasks at same time. How does putting one game in memory and loading another has to do with multitasking? That's simply means switching apps. More RAM means it will put more apps in memory, what's there to check? BTW, that' a slow power sucking LPDDR3 RAM, also memory bandwidth is mere 12.8GB/sec. It's half of what you get in S6 with LPDDR4.
posted on Apr 25, 2015, 2:40 PM 1
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Crappy camera and crappy battery.
posted on Apr 24, 2015, 7:26 PM 14
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Love my M8 but can't HTC make a normal ad that just highlights the strengths of its phones versus the competition? Their ads are always way over the top and unnecessary.
posted on Apr 24, 2015, 7:54 PM 7
I can tell that you haven't seen Apple's Mac vs PC ads..
posted on Apr 24, 2015, 8:49 PM 1
Mac vs PC ads were extremely funny and I wasn't apple fan back than at all.. was building custom PCs with custom cases.... But their ads were pure entertainment... Short, lighthearted, and made a point outlining their own features that set them apart. If I was the age I am today and doing home videos and graphics - Mac would be it..
posted on Apr 24, 2015, 10:47 PM 1
Dear HTC, I realize you guys are doing bad selling the phone but please sit down somewhere. My mother was going to get the HTC One M9 but when I informed her about the overheating problems you guys have and videos to back it up, she was quick to get the S6 as I have. Please fix your SD810 and crappy camera before throwing shade at other OEM's, more megapixels isn't the solution sweetie. "HTC One M9 is the best" Yes, the best at cooking my steak when sat on thou phone after excessive use. Sincerely, Beloved Galaxy S6 User PS: What's up with the M9+, y'all need help with designing your phones.
posted on Apr 24, 2015, 9:03 PM 6
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