Samsung has revealed another two commercials for the new Galaxy S4, focusing on features that have been integrated into its TouchWiz user interface. One of the clips highlights the smartphone’s Eraser Shot feature, while the other shows off Easy Mode.
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Microsoft is desperately trying to persuade Android users to switch to Windows Phone. After airing a new commercial that bashes Samsung Galaxy users earlier this week, the software giant has built a new Android app that wants to make the switch away from Google’s platform a whole lot easier.
Called Switch to Windows Phone, the app scans your Android smartphone to find all the apps you have installed, then makes it super simple to install those apps on your new Windows Phone device — if they’re available there, of course.
It looks like Microsoft has been taking a sneaky peek at Samsung’s guide to marketing. Rather than touting new features or specifications in its latest Windows Phone commercial, the company has taken to bashing the competition instead.
The minute-long clip sees Apple face off against Samsung during a massive wedding brawl as the two companies trade insults over smartphones.
Samsung has published its first three Galaxy S4 commercials on YouTube today, and the company has chosen to focus on TouchWiz features rather than the handset’s hardware. The clip above shows off S Translator, while the two below demonstrate Group Play and Sound Shot.
No, that headline isn’t wrong — Samsung has actually made a Galaxy commercial for the Super Bowl that doesn’t such. It features Knocked Up stars Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd, who play two writers pitching ideas for Samsung’s next commercial to Breaking Bad’s Bob Odenkirk.
It doesn’t mock other companies or rival devices, and it’s actually pretty hilarious. Check it out below.
Google apparently hired a few hipsters to create their latest commercial spot for the Nexus 7 and while it briefly saw time on YouTube, it was quickly set to private. Why would Google need to pull a commercial ad? Well, we’re sure it was voluntary, and most likely has to do with the fact that the commercial depicts a group of artsy hipsters frolicking through a mock aquarium on the rooftop of their New York apartment. Talk about bad timing.
LG isn’t exactly my first… second… or third choice when it comes to favorite smartphone manufacturers but they’re really pushing the press these days — especially with the rumored Optimus G Nexus. Color me unimpressed so far, but one thing I will give LG credit for is their latest Optimus G product movie.
We (including Samsung) should all know by now that ridicule isn’t going to magically change the way Apple fans view their crown jewels. Sure it’s funny; sure it’s all true; but guess what? They’re still going to line up for their Kool-aid. Despite this fact, Samsung continues to poke fun of the “iSheep” with yet another commercial. This one, of course, pokes fun of those lining up for the iPhone 5 (which I agree they should be made fun of) and is probably their best one yet. Enjoy.
Samsung has begun shooting its next commercial, and like previous ads, this one will poke fun at Apple and its users — namely those who will be purchasing the new iPhone 5 this week. Unfazed by its recent court loss, the Korean company has erected a fake Apple store, complete with Macs and iOS devices, just so that it can mock every consumer using a rival device in a 30-second video.
Photos of the set, which is currently being constructed in Los Angeles, have begun making their way around the web, and they show the store in all its glory, with fake banners, and even fake Geniuses.
It’s no secret that many of us aren’t fans of the new shared data plans being offered by Verizon and AT&T. Worse are the tactics these carriers are using to all but force us into the new plans. Consumers aren’t the only one’s disappointed, as Sprint and T-Mobile both discourage the practice and prefer to stick with the assumption that users enjoy having unlimited data with no fear of overages. Why should anyone have to pay a premium to see their data capped and divvied up between their data hungry family?