Thursday , June 7 2018

Samsung launches video ad campaign for the Galaxy S II

How are we, readers? Enjoying the long, long, long weekend? I sure know that Team Ausdroid has. So we thought we would ease back into the usual news starting with a few completely over-the-top video ads for the Samsung Galaxy S II, which is on its way to Telstra. Each is more stupid clever than the last. I don’t know about you, but after watching these videos it’s made me think I need a goldfish and a girlfriend who loves apologies via picture messages. 3 more videos after the break.

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Are there any rumours about whether this phone will be available on Vodafone? If not, are any of the other dual-core phones expected to land at Vodafone anytime soon?

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As Big Kev says: “I’m excited!”

MrSimtang
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Lol why have an advert showing the phone being dropped in water if it’s not waterproof?

christophertoon
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Duh… rather than voicing a text, wouldn’t it be easier just ringing and talking? Samsung’s reinventing the whatsit…

geoff fieldew
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I think Samsung are very good at getting me to wait for their stuff.

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Interesting......

GET TO AUSTRALIA ALREADY!

Gt1911
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Is the commercial showing the man driving shot in Australia? It kinda looks like he’s driving a Falcon.

Anonymous
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That’s pretty weird. It looks exactly like a Falcon, except it’s an American ad, plus they never made any left hand drive versions.

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