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Motorola to Samsung: We love your new Galaxy ad, but here's a better ending to it

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A few weeks back, Samsung released a video ad showing alifelong iPhone user switching to a Galaxy Note 8, ultimately suggesting thateveryone should "upgrade to Galaxy." Today, Motorola published itsown take on that ad. More exactly, a different ending to it.



 



Motorola took to Facebook to say this to Samsung: "Weloved your ad, but we think you forgot the ending." As you can see below, inMoto's vision, the ex-iPhone user - who just got a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 - comeshome to his girlfriend/wife, and shows her a recording of them on the newphone's edge-to-edge display. But she's not particularly impressed, pulling outa Moto Z2 Play with an InstaShare Projector Moto Mod, then sharing the samecute recording on the wall.  



 



At the end of its new ad, Motorola seems to be saying that a Moto Z withMoto Mods is an "up-upgrade" to Samsung's latest handset. Whetherthat's true or not, it probably depends on what a user needs from a new smartphone.Right?  


 



source: Motorola (Facebook)

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