Samsung’s new Galaxy S4 ad is the latest ad campaign to poke fun of people who use the iPhone, this time making fun of the device’s lack of NFC, as well as focusing on some of the ‘neat’ little software tricks that come installed on the latest Galaxy flagship.
Now that it’s been a while since it was released, and PSY has released a new song since then, Gangnam Style is slowly becoming less and less involved in our lives. So already, the idea that Samsung would choose to perform this song at their Galaxy S4 launch would raise some eyebrows, even more so when you find that they have reworded the lyrics to promote the S4’s key features. The finished product is exactly as you can imaging, two minutes of unbearable torture.
You might remember that at the New York launch last month, Samsung were criticized for several reasons, and while this probably isn’t as controversial, it certainly hasn’t made me want a Galaxy S4 any more than I did already.
Watch if you dare:
The war between Samsung and Apple is probably one of the most public technology battles in history. While the companies are almost always against each other in a courtroom somewhere, they both publicly attack each other through adverts and marketing campaigns.
I’ve been using my Samsung Galaxy Note 2 for almost three months now, and in that time I’ve noticed (the hard way), that the massive size of the handset makes it very easy to drop. To protect that huge 5.5″ display, I’ve been using the official Samsung flip cover for the past 2-3 weeks, which protects the screen without adding a lot of bulk.
As a proud owner of the Galaxy Note II, I’m used to the occasional person doing a double-take when they look at me using the device, due to it’s large size. I feel sorry for the people who will be lured into purchasing Samsung’s latest oversized device, the Galaxy Mega, which measures a whopping 6.3″ in screen size.
Now you can download the newest version of everybody’s least favourite voice assistant, no matter which Android device you own.
There’s only a matter of hours left to wait until Samsung reveals the Galaxy S4, but the leaks are still coming through.
It’s only two days until the world finally gets an official look at what the Galaxy S4 will look like, but until that time we’ll have to make do with little teasers released by Samsung.
Late last month, my HTC Desire S finally gave in and broke beyond repair. On the bright side, as the contract was almost up anyway, it meant I could go and choose a brand new phone to use as my daily device for the next 2 years. I opted for the Galaxy Note 2 by Samsung, as I wanted an extremely fast phone with a good camera, and I’m a sucker for big screens.
Samsung have sent out invites to an event taking place on March 14th, with the tagline ‘get ready 4 the show’. You guessed it, this is the event where we will finally see the Samsung Galaxy S4. The features of the company’s next flagship device are still unknown, but no doubt there will be lots of minor software and hardware upgrades to keep the phone at the top of the competition throughout this year.