Don’t ask us why, but Samsung has released an early teaser video of its upcoming Super Bowl ad for the Samsung Galaxy Note which will be hitting AT&T’s 4G LTE network on February 19th for $299. In the meantime, Sammy is going to be drumming up interest for the 5.3-inch phone/tablet hybrid and one of the ways it will be doing that is with a lengthy spot during the Giants-Patriots game.
What you see here is only a snippet of what’s to come.
The advertisement will actually, and this might surprise some of you, be Samsung Mobile’s first ad during the Super Bowl. Ever. So it’s no wonder that the company has gone all out.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note ad is going to be playing off of the advertisements that Samsung has released in recent days that mock Apple device owners. The people you see in line there? Yeah, those are Americans waiting in line to get what is presumably an iPhone and yes, Samsung touches on just about every stereotype you can think of.
Some of its funny, some not, but its clear that Samsung wants to let consumers know that they have options and one of those options is a giant phone called the Galaxy Note, which it debuted at CES 2012.
And while it’s not going to be much of a surprise, the Galaxy Note advertisement will run in its entirety on February 5th, Super Bowl Sunday, in which Samsung promises to show off the “The Next Big Thing.”
Some of you probably just rolled your eyes and muttered “which is the Galaxy S III and not the Note.”