Operation Rolling Thunder begins with www.smartphonebetatest.com, featuring a blurred out iPhone and one of the developers being mocked for highlighting its flaws.
How so? It highlights the iPhones deficiencies in a humorous manner. As of now, there isn't even a single mention of Nokia or the Lumia on the page. All if will do is cause people to realize that their current phone isn't perfect.Hi Im Mozeley said:thats pretty petty of them
its petty colbearStephen. said:How so? It highlights the iPhones deficiencies in a humorous manner. As of now, there isn't even a single mention of Nokia or the Lumia on the page. All if will do is cause people to realize that their current phone isn't perfect.
NO IT ISNTStephen. said:By highlighting flaws in the product which their product improved upon. It's basic advertising.
But I bet those I'm a Mac ads were a-ok, right?Hi Im Mozeley said:NO IT ISNT
it petty advertising. basic advertising would be pointing flaws in smartphones as a whole...they are picking out 1 smartphone (purely because it leads the market) and are attacking it
it comes across as petty to me...nokia so badly want to be apple
i have no intrest in apple you should know this...i have never and probably never will own an apple product. im always the first to point out the bullshit apple say to promote their productsStephen. said:But I bet those I'm a Mac ads were a-ok, right?
Nokia already has advertisements in place showcasing what separates its phone and the Windows Phone operating system from the competition, and will be using that during the 8 week long advertising campaign as well. This is just a humorous jab at Apple to drum up interest in the product.
What makes you assume the Nokia wants to be Apple? They clearly have their own identity and ecosystem, and are heavily invested in it.