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  • VIDEO: Nokia Mocks Apple and Jabs at iPhone 5's Camera


    Either Nokia is auditioning for Saturday Night Live or the tech maker's newest ad is a legitimate jab at the camera on Apple's iPhone 5.

    We're guessing it's not the former.

    In the company's newest ad, Nokia effectively punts what some call the haughty overtones of Apple's various ads touting how the iPhone is used more than any other phone to capture photos of the memories we wish to preserve forever.

    Nokia has a different message for consumers, as articulated through the shear genius of mockery. At first, you may actually think you're watching an ad for Apple's iPhone... but, quickly, you discover the truth.

    "At Nokia, we prefer to build for quality, not quantity," a voice representing the Helsinki-based tech firm says leading to a side-by-side comparison of photos which aim to expose the iPhone 5 camera's apparent inferiority to Nokia's technology.

    A marketing masterpiece or a slap in the face to Apple that will backfire? Check out the ad below and decide for yourself.

    This article was originally published in forum thread: VIDEO: Nokia Mocks Apple and Jabs at iPhone 5's Camera started by Michael Essany View original post
    Comments 25 Comments
    1. SupaMonkey's Avatar
      SupaMonkey -
      I hope the 5S blows this Nokia out of the water!
    1. ABOSWORTH's Avatar
      ABOSWORTH -
      I love how the clouds are completely different in the comparison between the two skateboarding photos.
    1. steve-z17's Avatar
      steve-z17 -
      A few last minute attempts from Nokia before they're gone forever...most people don't care if the camera is better, they're buying the phone because it's a phone.
    1. twigwonderkid's Avatar
      twigwonderkid -
      What Nokia have a phone ?
    1. GnatGoSplat's Avatar
      GnatGoSplat -
      I've had Nokia phones ever since they were analog and had segmented monochrome displays. Didn't realize till now I was pronouncing "Nokia" wrong all these years. Always pronounced as "no-KIA".