First AT&T Ad for HTC Status Lands Online [VIDEO]

We haven’t seen this on television yet so we felt like sharing it with the rest of you guys.  AT&T’s first commercial for their new HTC Status is online and it’s exactly the type of commercial we were expecting.  The short clip (after the break) shows viewers how the dedicated Facebook button works and just how easy it is to share things with your social network.  The HTC Status is a perfect example of how an experience trumps the hardware.  The target demographic here doesn’t care a lick about hardware specifications or benchmarks.  Just show people how easy it is and let them decide if that’s the right phone for them.

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[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEbceOwwykY[/youtube]

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