Best-selling smartphone Samsung Galaxy S3 was stabbed by the new advertisements of Motorola posted in its homepage and Facebook account.
Motorola is targeting the biggest Android player on the block, Samsung. I'm not sure that we've seen many Android manufacturers attack other Android manufacturers in the past, so this is definitely something to keep an eye on.
In the new ad/campaign that was posted to the official Motorola Facebook account this evening, Moto wants to make sure that you "Don't get stuck downloading from another galaxy. Get faster download speeds with DROID RAZR HD."
Both Motorola RAZR M and Samsung Galaxy S3 are powered by the same Qualcomm processor and modem. They also present a link which takes you to a landing page on their site that compares battery life, build quality, and design of the RAZR HD to the Galaxy S3.
Moto mentions that the RAZR HD gets up to 24 hours of battery performance which equals to 20% more than the Galaxy S3. They talk about the KEVLAR fiber backing and water-repellant nanocoating that makes the device more durable, something the GS3′s "plastic back can't say."
Finally, they talk about design, in a comparison that shows a really bloated and oddly shaped Galaxy S3 from the side against their perfectly rendered RAZR HD.
These attacks proved that Samsung is currently the number one player in the smartphone market, a place that is previously held by Apple and its flagship smartphone - iPhone.
Samsung also mocked iPhone 5 when it was released in September. Samsung posted infographics in their Facebook account and videos in their YouTube channel to discourage some iPhone consumers in buying the new iPhone.
See the slideshow for the new marketing campaign of Motorola RAZR M mocking Samsung Galaxy S3.