What you need to know
- Samsung is running an offer that gives people free cleaning cloths for their phones.
- The new offer is, presumably, a dig at Apple and its $19 Polishing Cloth.
Apple's new $19 Polishing Cloth is so popular that it'll take three months to get one if you order it today, but that isn't enough to impress the folks at Samsung. Instead, the company is showing how things should be done and is instead offering its own cloths absolutely free of charge.
In a move that seems to be part of the German Galaxy Club, Samsung customers can apply to get their very own cleaning cloth sent through the mail and they won't have to spend a penny. They'll need to be quick, though — there are only so many freebies to go around.
First spotted by Galaxy Club, the offer is presumably taking aim at Apple and its own Polishing Cloth. No surprises there — Samsung is never shy when poking fun at Apple, whether it has a point or not.
Via machine translation from Dutch:
Whether these free cloths are anywhere as nice as Apple's is unclear at this point but, really, they're probably fine regardless. Most people clean their phones with their shirt or whatever happens to be nearby — anything has to be better than that!
Apple things so:
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