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This is how Microsoft trolled Samsung’s Galaxy S5 Terminal in London

28
May
2014

Samsung has taken over Heathrow’s Terminal 5, one of the busiest terminals in the world, with Galaxy S5 ads and signs in a major marketing campaign promoting its recently launched flagship handset. As a result, Microsoft’s Nokia handset division, which used to enjoy similar prominent placement in the terminal, decided to troll its competitor. “If you’re a regular reader, you’ll know that Lumias have a proud history of boldly going to places no smartphone has gone before,” Nokia said in a new post on its Conversations blog post. “In fact, Lumias have been shot into orbit not once, but twice in the last couple of years. Imagine how excited we were then to learn that you can now reach ‘the Galaxy’ via

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