LG today published a new G Flex commercial on its YouTube channel, and it’s one of the strangest you’ll see for a smartphone. The two-minute video aims to showcase how the G Flex is “the most human phone ever,” but you’ll be so weirded out by the end of it that the handset itself will be the last thing on your mind.
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BlackBerry has confirmed that sponsored content will soon be coming to BBM Channels after ads were spotted in its latest BBM beta release. The Canadian company also insists, however, that it will not be inserting advertisements into your instant messages, and that it will be “very strict” about the amount of content that is pushed to the BBM community.
Samsung has released two new promotional videos for the Galaxy S5 today, focusing on the handset’s design and new features. One showcases its much-improved new back panel, slimmer form factor, and larger display; while the other highlights things like the 2,800mAh battery, its 2.5GHz quad-core processor, and its new software features.
It’s been a while since Samsung mocked Apple and its iOS devices to sell its latest smartphones and tablets, but if you thought the South Korean company had moved past all that, you can think again.
It has today published two new videos via its official YouTube channel that mock the iPhone and the iPad to sell the Galaxy Note 3 and the Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1.
If you didn’t get your hands on Flappy Bird before it was pulled from Google Play earlier this week, then you should be careful looking for an alternative. Many of the countless clones that have popped up over the past few days are taking advantage of the game’s success to get malware onto unsuspecting devices.
T-Mobile is planning a big announcement at CES in Las Vegas later on today, but thanks to a leaked ad that’s been making its way around the web this morning, we already know what it has up its sleeve. As part of its Un-carrier 4.0 scheme, T-Mobile will pay your whole family’s early termination fees if they switch carriers and trade in their old smartphone.
When your smartphone’s biggest selling point is its customization options, you need to get a little creative with your print ads. And that’s exactly what Motorola has done for the Moto X. In the January edition of Wired magazine, the company has a full-page ad with built-in LED lights that allows you to change the color of the Moto X printed on the page.
Check out the demonstration video below.
Google has rolled out a trio of new Nexus 5 ads this week, showcasing a number of features built into its camera app — including Photo Sphere, Auto Awesome, and HDR+. All three clips are just 16 seconds long, and we’ve embedded them below for your convenience.
Following the unveiling of the new Moto G in São Paulo, Brazil, on Wednesday, Motorola has uploaded the handset’s first ad to YouTube. The one-minute clip focuses on the handset’s specifications — including its display, quad-core processor, and all-day battery life — as well as the built-in Google services and a “guaranteed” update to Android 4.4 KitKat.
LG may not think the Galaxy Round is a real curved glass smartphone, but Samsung certainly does. In fact, its first Galaxy Round TV ad is all about things with curves… such as a baby’s hand, an avocado, an egg, a glass, and a hip flask.
It’s quite possibly the strangest smartphone ad you’ll see this week.