Everyone knows the Samsung Galaxy S II, arguabley the flagship of all Android devices (for the next 15 minutes) that should be coming out in the very near future. AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and even Verizon will be rocking out a Sammy inspired spec driven rocket that has plenty of power courtesy of a dual core 1.2 GHz processor and the 4.3 inch Super AMOLED Plus screen. Love Android or hate it, this device gets attention. I know the Windows Phone folks are all about optimization, and how well the OS works, but there is no one reading this that did crack a smile or think how cool it is to have 1.2 GHz processor under the hood of their device. Why is Samsung making all these high end smartphones? Because according to them that’s “The Way We’re Wired”
This is a great commercial that displays Samsung’s well earned confidence in the smartphone market. It integrates the device nicely, especially at the end where it is needed, and sets the tone of the smartphone user who wants to “aspire” to be more than what they are. Samsung uses Dr. Martin Luther King, Robbie Knievel, and Rocky as testament that no one aspires to be “almost remembered’ and that there are no giant foam fingers that say number three on them.
It’s a one minute video that is pretty well done and some drooling content at the end where they feature the Samsung Galaxy S II.