Or interacting with your Twitter fans with that classic phrase “Sent from an iPhone.” While they are paid by other Android manufacturers?
For example, a few years ago, Samsung hired supermodel Kate Upton to promote the launch of the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet in New York City.
So far so good, is not it? Well … The problem is that the supermodel was photographed with your iPhone in hand, offering free publicity to Apple! This is a Samsung event.
That said, it looks like Samsung is fed up with this kind of situation!
For, according to The Mirror, Samsung sued Russian socialite Ksenia Sobchak at 1.6 million dollars. After being caught using an iPhone X on a TV show. (Though she tried to hide her cell phone from the cameras with a sheet of paper.)
You can see the interesting but above all funny image below:
But perhaps even more serious than these images, is that Sobchak was seen in various events using her personal iPhone!
Why is this so serious? The Russian personality is contractually obliged to appear in public with her Samsung smartphone.
However, when taking the case to court, Samsung is only giving more importance to the subject … But surely it will be interesting to see what the response of the socialite, and whether Samsung will even ‘chase’ Sobchak.
Basically, it’s just another case in the midst of so many others, where a celebrity is paid to use a mobile phone … But he ends up preferring iPhone.
Very recently we also had the case of Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman), who was caught sending Tweets to increase the ‘Hype’ around the Huawei Mate 10 Pro, through their iPhone.