Did Samsung pay 500 fake fans for the press conference?

Jeffrey van de Velde
By Jeffrey van de Velde
2 Min Read

First of all for today, Happy Easter!!

At the press conference in China last week where the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge were shown to the public, Samsung may have hired 500 fake Samsung fans for the press conference. That was almost the half of the total amount of fans at Samsung’s press conference.

Paying for their fans?

In the European market Samsung is really popular and is just a sales hit, but when you are looking to the Chinese market it is totally different. Because of startup companies like Xiaomi they are starting to lose their market share in China. During the press conference in china Samsung may have hired 500 fake fans to fill up the space, the fake fans got 30,35 Yuan for staying one hour at the press conference. Samsung contacted the 500 fake fans with the popular Chinese messaging app WeChat. Samsung didn’t just grabbed some people, they needed to be under the age of thirty, they needed to look like a student and they needed to be at the press conference for at least one hour. According to the source you could really see that they weren’t Samsung fans because they took pictures of the new devices with their Apple iPhone.

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‘Real fans’

The news came from Samsung’s recruiter, he needed to look for the fake fans. He told to the fake fans that they needed to say to the press that they’re ‘real fans’. Samsung didn’t send out a press letter with explanation of what really happened yet.

Thank you for reading this, I hope you liked it. As always from me #NeverSettle for anything less than the best and latest news. Come back as more awesome articles will be posted soon!

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First of all for today, Happy Easter!!

At the press conference in China last week where the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge were shown to the public, Samsung may have hired 500 fake Samsung fans for the press conference. That was almost the half of the total amount of fans at Samsung’s press conference.

Paying for their fans?

In the European market Samsung is really popular and is just a sales hit, but when you are looking to the Chinese market it is totally different. Because of startup companies like Xiaomi they are starting to lose their market share in China. During the press conference in china Samsung may have hired 500 fake fans to fill up the space, the fake fans got 30,35 Yuan for staying one hour at the press conference. Samsung contacted the 500 fake fans with the popular Chinese messaging app WeChat. Samsung didn’t just grabbed some people, they needed to be under the age of thirty, they needed to look like a student and they needed to be at the press conference for at least one hour. According to the source you could really see that they weren’t Samsung fans because they took pictures of the new devices with their Apple iPhone.

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Press

‘Real fans’

The news came from Samsung’s recruiter, he needed to look for the fake fans. He told to the fake fans that they needed to say to the press that they’re ‘real fans’. Samsung didn’t send out a press letter with explanation of what really happened yet.

Thank you for reading this, I hope you liked it. As always from me #NeverSettle for anything less than the best and latest news. Come back as more awesome articles will be posted soon!

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Hello everyone, Welcome at one of my articles or just at my profile. I hope you enjoy reading our articles. We really want to thank you for supporting us! So, a bit more about myself. My name is Jeffrey, I live in the Netherlands and I'm 17 years old at this moment.I love everything about tech, if you've got a question you can always hit me up at my True-Tech email address. Cheers! Jeffrey [email protected]
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