apple: Samsung to Apple: We have moved on

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Soon after Apple announced the launch of its new range of iPhones, its competitors were ready to make fun of the new iPhone 13 series.
Samsung first took a dig at the new smartphones as soon as Apple boasted about the ProMotion displays with 120hz refresh rate in the new iPhone 13 pro and iPhone 13 pro max. Mocking Apple on Twitter, Samsung tweeted, ” We’ve been refreshing at 120hz for a while now…”

Samsung had introduced a 120hz display refresh rate in its smartphones in March last year when it launched the Galaxy S20, but the new Apple iPhone 13 pro and iPhone 13 pro max come with Super Retina XDR display with variable refresh rate which allows phones to adjust their refresh rate in real-time for smooth display quality.
Netizens were already trolling the new Apple phones for being similar to the previous generation and that band was also joined by Apple’s biggest rival. Sharing the image of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Flip 3. Samsung wrote “There’s something to be said about staying the same. We just prefer to stand out a little.”

This is not the first instance where Samsung has trolled Apple. The social media banter of the two tech giants has made it to the news many times already in the past.
Apple launched a new range of iPhones this week but it may have failed to impress many this time around. Although the new series of smartphones by Apple may look familiar, it gets better camera performance, faster GPU, better battery life and bigger storage capacity option.
The new smartphones by Apple will be available for booking from September 17 and the shipping of the same will start from September 24.

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