Time to reset that “134 days without a Samsung ad attacking Apple” counter. To its defense, Samsung is still trailing Apple in the United States, the market where the commercial will be aired, so, hey, at least they take on the big guy…
Samsung has put out a new 30-second ad for its latest baby, the Samsung Galaxy S5. In just a half minute, the ad courses through so many wonderful ideas and concepts, as well as fascinating phone features without losing track of its main emphases — what one’s life can be if it is powered by the Galaxy S5. The narration itself explicitly characterizes that kind of life as being able to “capture life in a blink,” “download the world in an instant,” and “live carefree.” All of these are fueled by three of the Galaxy S5′s chief features: fast camera…
The latest Xperia Z Ultra ad that Sony is airing in Japan showcases that beautiful Full HD IPS LCD display in all its glory. Using some clever filming techniques, the ad fools the eye into believing the Z Ultra is the size of a TV.
Google released two short spots for the Nexus 7 that focus on the prowess of stock Android and the Google ecosystem.
The “Design Your Life” ad campaign for the new Note 3 and Galaxy Gear will focus on software features. Here’s the first “short film” in the campaign.
It’s All Possible, a new web series sponsored by LG and produced by Funny or Die stars Dave Franco and Christopher Mintz-Plasse.
The latest commercial for Nokia’s Lumia 1020 plays on the animosity that exists between Android and iOS fans.
HTC just confirmed the marketing deal with actor Robert Downey Jr., who will be the frontman of a two-year long ad campaign worth a billion.
Samsung just can’t give up on its favorite pastime, which everybody knows is bashing the iPhone and its users in every possible way. Is it a good strategy? Perhaps. Should Samsung show a little, you know, class? I think so.
A new promo campaign for the Asus Fonepad stars Gary the gorilla, a resourceful primate who knows how to sweet talk his way out of trouble.