Rene Ritchie for iMore writes:
No one can look at Samsung’s mobile products over the last decade and not consider them anything other than a ruthless, relentless copy of everything popular that’s came before. It’s not that Samsung doesn’t continuously push the limits of hardware specifications and capabilities as much if not more than anyone else. They do. But they do so by systematically, institutionally copying what other vendors have already done first.
At least someone was willing to say it. “Great artists steal,” sure, but Samsung has blatantly crossed that line.