Samsung's Nigerian Twitter account tweeted a promotional message for the Galaxy Note 9, which focused on the handset's Super AMOLED display. But it appears that whoever was responsible for the tweet wasn't using a Galaxy Note 9 to create and post the message on Twitter. In fact, the tweet wasn't even typed out on a Samsung device, or even an Android flavored phone or tablet.
was discovered by reviewer Marques Brownlee, Samsung Nigeria removed the tweet and the whole account. But not before a screen grab was posted showing how someone related to Samsung Nigeria uses a handset produced by Samsung's chief smartphone rival.As odd as this must seem, the tweet clearly shows that the Galaxy Note 9 promotion was created and posted on an Apple iPhone. Once this faux pas
Samsung's Saudi Arabian Twitter feed also posted a similar promotional message last month for the Galaxy Note 9, which also was tweeted using the Twitter for iPhone app. Perhaps Samsung ought to hand out some free Galaxy Note 9 handsets to its marketing team to prevent this embarrassing situation from happening again.