Samsung Galaxy Note 3 presented in nifty little “Everyday Wonders” advertisement

by: Adam KoueiderOctober 12, 2013

Samsung has showed off the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in a unique and charming advertisement where the Note 3’s features are displayed in the form of a pop up scrapbook. The advertisement and indeed the scrapbook itself, follow the adventures of a Galaxy Note 3 user who travelled to London.

The scrapbook, titled “Everyday Wonders”, showcases the Note 3’s features very well, showing off the S Pen’s Air command, Action memo, S Finder and the Multi Window feature found in older Samsung smartphones, but improved upon in the Note 3.

The advertisement ends with the tagline “Galaxy Note 3 in London”, and in the final 10 seconds, demonstrates the Galaxy Gear and its smart relay feature. The scrapbook advertisement also alludes to the fact that the Note 3’s design was in fact inspired by a classic notebook, and a lot of the features showed off had a really nice scrapbook vibe to them, especially the aptly named “scrapbook” feature.

What do you think of the Note 3 and the advertisement?

  • cvgordo

    really awesome commercial. they could have featured pen window more prominently though but i guess their focus was scrap booking. maybe there’s more commercials in the works.

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  • AlexNapo

    Well executed..!

  • hoggleboggle

    a nifty ad for the smartest phone on the market

  • Brendon Brown

    The Note 3 is such a beautiful device !

    • Well_Said

      except for the TouchWiz

      • Brendon Brown

        Yeah I can’t help but agree with you. :) I wish Samsung would be like Sony and keep a stock like experience

        • Luqmaan Mathee

          Well not everyone likes stock. You could buy z1 if you don’t like tw. Androidgives of choice.

      • Peyton

        I’m kinda new to all this, so what exactly is wrong with TouchWiz?

        • Brendon Brown

          Its the os that Samsung puts over the android, basically they customise the android, sounds cool and all until you find that it is super ugly looking

          • Riki Sutton

            I disagree. I much prefer the look of TouchWiz over stock Android. It also adds many features, especially ones specific to the phone (such as air and S Pen gestures).

            The downside is it can affect performance in some areas and sometimes contains bloatware.

            To be honest, I don’t think either TouchWiz nor stock is better than the other. It’s all just personal preference

          • Brendon Brown

            Touchwiz probably does have the best features, it’s great, I think you’re getting the feel that I dislike it which is false but I just feel they should work on the looks :)

          • Peyton

            “Super ugly looking”???
            C’Mon, man, is that all you got?
            I was looking for some substance here….
            I’ve had a Note 3 for a week now, and I think it’s gorgeous….
            In fact, I absolutely LOVE this phone!

          • Brendon Brown

            Yeah, sorry :) its just my opinion, didn’t mean to offend anyone, Touchwiz has great features but they could work on the looks a bit… And the Note 3 is great, it’s actually my favourite device out there

  • Twens

    Just beautiful

  • Nick Tsiotinos

    Great ad! Well done Samsung!

  • Richard

    Just got the note 3, and I love everything about it… good job samsung!!

  • sidhi

    Note 3 is superb. ……………..!!!!!!!!!
    Hands of ……………!!!!!