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Samsung Belittles Apple's iPhone in Galaxy Note Super Bowl Ad

In a TV commercial during the Super Bowl Mobile manufacturing giant Samsung, in an attempt to divert away some of the customer base of rival Apple, took a swipe at the selfsame group.

The commercial depicts some tired, bedraggled customers standing in a queue outside what appears to be an Apple store, anxiously waiting for Apple to launch a miraculous new product. Then suddenly we see a person operating a Samsung Galaxy Note, dispersing from the line and spreading joy. They soon start singing a song, being enraptured by the Samsung Galaxy Note's gigantic AMOLED screen and, er, stylus.

The ad particulary focuses on the areas where iPhones are thought to be lacking, ie the size department, and it gives some time to the stylus feature - getting a football star's autograph on the phone, for example.

The ad also features Justin Hawkins of The Darkness singing the popular song - "I Believe In A Thing Called Love". The people start singing, as they run here and there, jubilant at the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note.

The Samsung Galaxy note flaunts a 5.3-inch AMOLED high definition display with a 1280x800 resolution, with an 8 megapixel rear mounted camera, which is enables 1080p high definition video recording. monitors all leading technology stories and rounds them up to help you save time hunting them down.