Samsung has released a new advertising video for its reshaped Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, which mocks the Apple iPad 2's inability to play Flash content.
Picking a fight with its market-dominating competitor, Samsung’s latest video for the Galaxy Tab 10.1, available below, shows the slim-line tablet touting all of its impressive credentials, with its Flash integration used to mock a user of Apple’s second-generation tablet.
Originally unveiled at Mobile World Congress back in February, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 landed with a 10.9mm thick form factor and 8-megapixel rear mounted camera. Following the arrival of Apple’s iPad 2 however, Samsung went back to the drawing board, cutting down the Tab 10.1’s heft to just 8.6mm thick with the camera also being dropped to just 3-megapixel.
Earlier this week, Vodafone announced it had relinquished its exclusive UK rights to the original Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in favour of offering the newly slimmed down model alongside its competitors.
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