Samsung took a technology misstep on Wednesday when it posted a promotional tweet from an iPhone, the flagship phone made by a smartphone market rival.
The South Korean tech giant posted a teaser of its upcoming Unpacked hardware event on a Twitter account run by the US division of Samsung Mobile.
“As #SamsungUnpacked approaches, we are working hard to bring you some exciting news. What field of innovation and progress do you hope to see us reveal? “Samsung asks in the tweet.
A harmless message, it was the way the tweet was delivered that caused quite a stir online. Whoever posted the short missive on the Samsung account used an iPhone, an almost unforgivable offense in the eyes of diehard fans.
Brand ambassadors for a number of large smartphone makers have been caught touting products and services from iPhones on multiple occasions, but company officials’ mistakes are a rarity. In 2013, for example, tennis star David Ferrer used his iPhone to send a …
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