Samsung has beaten a record in the number of selfie

Seflie fashion has been around for many years now, and most of them are social networking users who put millions on the net. Samsung has decided to use selfie to promote its own products, such as the Galaxy A3 and Galaxy A5, and has beaten another world record in the number of pictures taken within 24 hours.

The company went to the Guinness Book of Records, beating a selfie record made within 24 hours. Johannesburg and Cape Town residents participated in the challenge, with a total of 12,803 photographs, more than 3,000 more than the previous record. On average, therefore, 533 selfie per hour, and what is interesting is that all these photos were made using only two devices, namely Galaxy A and Galaxy A5 smartphones.

Of course, this event was obviously an advertising campaign for both Samsung’s new products, so the record company put together a hundred of these smartphones.

Admittedly, this is a very effective form of advertising, which will inform the products of the concern reach millions of potential consumers. It is worth noting that this is not the first such idea of ​​advertising equipment produced by the Koreans.

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