Samsung Releases Pair of Captivate Commercials with Awkward Real-Life Situations [VIDEO]

SamsungMobile USA has just thrown a pair of new videos online to help promote AT&T’s Galaxy S series Captivate.  Each is  just over a minute long and show real world situations we’ve all been involved in.  One is a crappy board room meeting, the other is a crappy start to a road trip.  I imagine we’ll see these trimmed to 30-second spots and aired on television, assuming they already aren’t.  Passenger Seat Driver

Board Room Touchdown!

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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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  1. Brian
    September 21, 13:40 Reply

    What is that football game he is playing? I’ve never seen it in the market!

    • mrben
      September 21, 14:52 Reply

      That was exactly my question!

  2. jmknmecrzy
    September 21, 13:57 Reply

    If only the battery on the captivate would last the entire road trip

  3. Wade
    September 21, 16:20 Reply

    Anyone else notice that every time they “Samsung Captivate” it sounds like it was dubbed over the original audio track?

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