Sneak loves a bit of a argy bargy, and so was glued to Twitter recently as the people running the Samsung and HTC Twitter accounts in the UK fell out over some awards.
Both firms took to their UK Twitter accounts late on Friday to discuss some gongs that their hardware had picked up.
But Samsung had apparently done the best, and did not want to let HTC celebrate too hard. So it stepped up with a sharpened pin and popped HTC's bubble.
"That's okay guys, our arms were full with the other three awards we took home last night. You can have that one!," replied Samsung.
HTC didn't take long to grab a handful of mud and fire it at its Korean rival. Rather than josh the firm, it brought up the spectre of its apparent tendency to pay people to smear its hardware in public.
"All those students you paid to write fake reviews of your competitors finally paid off. Pay rise, maybe?", HTC tweeted.
This led to an intervention from LG Electronics, asking everyone to just calm down.
Samsung has been accused of using students in Taiwan to smear mud on its rivals. In a Facebook statement in April, it said that it would stop posting anonymous reviews.
"Samsung Taiwan has halted all internet marketing such as posting articles on websites," it said. It hasn't commented on the recent Twitter talk from HTC.
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