Samsung Copies Apple iPod touch [SameSung]

Friday, November 4, 2011
By OP Editor

Samsung finally copied Apple’s 2007 iPod touch by releasing its own knockoff in 2011.

Samsung Galaxy Player Copied Apple iPod touch

Samsung copied Apple iPod touch

Samsung Galaxy 4.0 Android MP3 Player, introduced October 2011. Looks similar to the Apple iPod touch isn’t it?

Samsung Copied 2010 Apple iPod touch Pricing

The Samsung Galaxy 4.0 Android MP3 Player, priced at $229, even copied the 2010 4th gen iPod touch pricing of $229. Too bad that right before Samsung introduced its knockoff device, Apple unveiled 2011 Pod touch starting at $199.

Images not to scale. The Samsung Galaxy player, is of course larger and bulkier, with the bonus of lower battery life.

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Tags: Analysis, Android, Apple, Counterfeit, iPod touch

13 Responses to “Samsung Copies Apple iPod touch [SameSung]”

  1. Wow, they even mimicked the photo shoot. It’s a shame. If Samsung would concentrate on true differentiation we would all benefit.

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    • [unnamed]

      Look up Samsung Uproar on Google, look at the picture, and tell me it doesn’t inspire the Apple photo. The uproar was the world’s first phone with a mp3 player.

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    • Hell, I forgot all about this, which means that it apparently isn’t selling all that well! I never hear of this in other publications so I guess the world has forgotten about it too!

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  2. Don

    “Images not to sale” should be “Images not to scale”, however that said, when it comes to Samsung copying Apple what else is new?

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  3. Georgerc

    Did anyone mentioned that Samsung surpassed Apple on smartphone sales? Or Am I just delusional?

    http://theforbittenfruit.ndnlfn.com/decline-of-the-apple-empire/

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  4. Simon Kibsgård

    This is plain boring. If people want it let them buy. The hardware isn’t the selling point, its the software design and the music/app ecosystem behind.

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  5. elix545

    Price competition is the legal free market activity.

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