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New Galaxy Note 9 teasers are less cringeworthy than Samsung’s other recent ads

Check out these three new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 teasers. Thankfully, they won't make you groan out loud at how cringeworthy they are.

Published onJuly 26, 2018

  • Three new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 teasers hit YouTube today.
  • Each teaser focuses on an aspect of the Note 9: its battery life, storage capacity, and processing speed.
  • The ads are — thankfully — not as cringeworthy as some of the recent Samsung advertisements.

This morning, Samsung posted three new teaser ads on YouTube promoting the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Unpacked event on August 9. Thankfully, this trilogy of teasers is less cringeworthy than other recent Samsung ads.

Unfortunately though, none of the ads show us the Galaxy Note 9. However, we have so much leaked info on the device already that you don’t need much of an imagination to know what it will look like, at least probably.

The Galaxy Note 9 is here: Everything you need to know

You can see all three teaser ads below, but they all follow the same format. Each one depicts a person using a phone that has some sort of problem: not enough storage, too slow, and not enough battery. The ads depict the user’s frustration and their attempts to circumvent the problem, and then the tagline “A lot can change in a day” appears on the screen.

No gratuitous knocks on Apple this time around. Thankfully.

Here are the three ads:

Battery Life

Storage Space

Processing Speed

We can only assume from the ads that Samsung is going to tout the large amounts of storage space, the high-speed processing, and the long battery life of the Galaxy Note 9 at the Unpacked event.

Samsung is likely banking on the alleged new features of the S Pen along with the general internal upgrades of the Note 9 to sell the device. But will that be enough? With the lackluster sales of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus (at least compared to previous Galaxy S devices), Samsung needs a bonafide hit with the Note 9.

What do you think? Will you buy a Note 9 just based on some internal upgrades and a new S Pen? Let us know in the comments!

NEXT: Galaxy Note 9 official press render leaked

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