The difference.

Apple shows us how something works, and why it’s useful.

Samsung has to explain why something might be useful.

I’m sure the S 4 is a great phone, but why do they tack on features that are, at best, random?

That was a rhetorical question. I know the answer, so do you.

Samsung is good at copying features, not so much at innovating, so when they don’t have something to copy (the iPhone 5S won’t be here for another six months or so), they have to pull stuff out of their…thin air, and that’s what happens over and over again.

Remember that TV? Yeah, neither do I.

Anyhow, one more observation: Was Google, or Android for that matter, even mentioned in Samsung’s “play”? Food for thought…

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