Samsung Galaxy S Enjoys Another Round of Promo Videos


As we move closer to the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S on its first carrier (presumably Vodafone), we expect Samsung to continue pushing forward on their marketing campaign for the phone, as well. Being their first Android superphone, if you will, they are more than likely going to get highly aggressive with showing the phone off and making it appeal to a wide range of users.

That’s why Samsung has released some more promo videos (after their initial post-CTIA ad) showcasing the phone’s different features for different lifestyles and needs. The campaign features 4 themes: at home (morning), on the move, at work, and at home again (this time, in the evening). Samsung’s playing it smart in not just trying to show off how pretty this phone is, but also how it can help you in your every day life and be a crucial part of your operations.

We posted the video that consolidates all four themes into one (which, for some reason, is missing a sound track), but you can head over to SamsungHub now to check out the other four videos that gets more detailed with each theme individually.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Nice promo… but is it just me, or is it kinda hard to follow? Maybe I’m just drained because it’s the end of the day, who knows… but I found it difficult to focus on.

  2. I love promo vids.

    Will take a look at it.

  3. They did fly through the features pretty fast. Anyone else notice that Keyboard is spelt Keybord on the Samsung DLNA control app?

  4. Do you think Yahoo! Calendar will be the only option? I really only use google calendar, and I don’t want this device if it doesn’t support it…

  5. Are there any official details of how much RAM this phone has. A lot of people seem to think that it only has 256MB, in which case my enthusiasm for this ugly-but-fast phone is dampened.

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