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Submitted by Vyralize 815d ago | news

Samsung and HTC UK battle it out on Twitter, LG responds

Vyralize: It’s the battle of the Twitter mobile social media brands! (Culture, HTC, LG, Samsung, Twitter)

In2iti0n  +   815d ago
These people definitely need to grow up...
GenericNameHere  +   815d ago
Trololol

You know what I miss though? Nokia. I freaking loved playing with my dad's Nokia phone in the early 2000s. Played Snake and a simple yet awesome space shooter game on it for years!
aiBreeze  +   815d ago
Lol the Samsung and HTC UK twitter accounts have been going at it a good few times now. Still to insinuate they paid off for fake reviews of their competitors.. surely that leaves them open to some pretty nasty legal action? Unless ofcourse it's true and Samsung are worried they'd get caught out.
Soldierone  +   815d ago
Why does everything lead to legal action now? They were playing around. If Samsung really doesn't like it, why not just send a private message going "hey, please remove that. It went a little too far."
Heavenly King  +   815d ago
I love LG intervention. Really funny ;D
Soldierone  +   815d ago
I found if funny. See nothing wrong with companies bickering at each other. At least it wasn't someone exploding because their idea is absolutely terrible and then ending with "deal with it." lmao

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