Much to the excitement of fans, the Samsung Galaxy Note featured in the Super Bowl advertisement on Sunday, February 5, with a controversial media campaign: "The Next Big Thing is Already Here". The punch-line is apparently targeted as a jab at Apple, suggesting it is superior to iPhone in whatever form it takes.
The 90-second Super Bowl XLVI spot commercial featured British glam rock revival band's popular score - 'The Darkness' 2003 hit, "I Believe in a Thing Called Love". The background score was aired during the fourth quarter of the match as expected and quite daringly portrayed Apple users cheerily embracing the new smartphone.
According to Pop Herald, the Galaxy Note is not coming to the U.S. until Feb. 19 for AT&T customers. The device is however available for pre-orders and one might get a good glimpse of it on the hot Super Bowl commercial video below.
Watch the cool video below to witness Samsung's advertising campaign that takes a jibe at Apple products:
The Samsung Galaxy Note is famed for its pen, or stylus, but it also adds a slew of other top-notch features, including a 5.3-inch display with 1280x800 pixels resolution. Besides, it is a great combination of a phone and a tablet, which boasts a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, with 16GB of built-in memory under its hood.
It features AT&T's 4G LTE network and equips an impressive 2500 mAh battery, SD card slot, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support, an 8-megappixel rear-facing camera and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera.
It runs on a rather outdated Android 2.3 Gingerbread, however is poised to get an Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade any time soon.
Watch the cool commercial trailer of the hybrid Galaxy Note. It costs you just $299 with a two-year agreement.
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