Samsung is throwing another jab at iPhone users by extending its wall-hugger ad campaign. This time, the campaign takes place at select airports across the U.S. where Samsung is placing its wall-hugger decals right around airport wall outlets. Highlighting the new Ultra Power Saving Mode of its latest Galaxy S5 flagship smartphone, the wall decals tell users, presumably of the iPhone and competing smartphone brands, that the Galaxy S5 has a battery battery life.
The decals, placed strategically around JFK, Chicago O'Hare and Chicago Midway currently, reads, "The Samsung Galaxy S 5 with Ultra Power Saving Mode. So you can be anywhere but here."
Samsung says that it is considering expanding the campaign to additional airports.
The irony, of course, is that Samsung back in the day sponsored the hell out of some charging stations. And it still is today, just taking a swipe at Apple in the process.