Samsung Bows New Ad for Galaxy S II “The Way We’re Wired”

If you watched the NFL yesterday, chances are pretty good that you saw the following commercial.  Samsung’s new “The Way We’re Wired” campaign centers around the Galaxy S II’s U.S. arrival and touts the company’s desire to be number one.  The minute long clip aired multiple times yesterday and has now landed online.  It’s interesting to see Samsung promote the Galaxy S II class this time around as it encompasses more than one device at a time.  Although the commercial didn’t do a lot to drop specs or features it definitely teases a next-generation “best and brightest on our fastest phone ever” handset. 

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6bu0IPC2F2g[/youtube]

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2 Comments

  1. Ryan Selvy
    September 12, 17:48 Reply

    Awesome commercial. Too bad I’m sitting here and still thinking “Well apparently Verizon doesn’t want to be #1.”

  2. Aguilera
    September 14, 01:16 Reply

    As for me, I don’t think Galaxy is just a cellphone used for phone-calling. It makes me feel like a general tablet computer.

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