Samsung Just Called Out Every iPhone Owner, Including Me

Posted by on November 23, 2011 at 7:13 pm

Samsung just launched their new advertising campaign called The Next Big Thing is Already Here. “The campaign highlights the concept that the Galaxy S II is considered by consumers as the smartphone of choice. The advertisement places current Galaxy S II owners outside long lines for another leading smartphone. When the Galaxy S II user compares the sleek design, large screen, 4G speeds and breadth of apps and content against the competitor’s phone, the consumers standing in line begin to show signs of regret and remorse over the smartphone they’re waiting for. The campaign concludes with the message that ‘the next big thing is already here’ in the competitive smartphone market.” That’s from Samsung oh and that competitor, yeah you know it’s the iPhone.

“I could never get a Samsung, I’m creative.” Preach the truth Samsung! “Dude, you’re a barista. Speaking of which, soy no whip mocha, please.” That’s it! We’re fighting now, Samsung. Enjoy this while it lasts, Samsung because once that Galaxy Nexus comes out people will be like Samsung, who? Try not to get brain freeze, Samsung! Also because I will be petty, I’m trying to see what everyone is talking about on your Facebook page but it looks like nothing, HA!

Maybe it’s because we didn’t like the Galaxy Tab they decided to do this. Hipsters you’re also being targeted in this ad, will you take this? NO! Now which one of you is making my coffee?

EDIT: So I just found out that the Galaxy Nexus is made by Samsung. I should’ve known with the word “galaxy” in there but this commercial knocked me off my game that bad. I guess people will be like Galaxy S II, what? and buy the Galaxy Nexus making this commercial not relevant. Maybe I need to go work as a barista…

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  • Berklain

    Haha. Bring it, Samsung. Bring it. LOL.

  • Brandon Kessler

    I’m not sure if you’re aware, Kelly, but the Galaxy Nexus is made by Samsung…

    • lol, I thought it was HTC, thanks for letting me know!