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Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 ad highlights all the features at once

Posted In News - By AndroidPress on Wednesday, June 5th, 2013 With No Comments »

Samsung isn’t slowing down with the commercials and ad spots for their products, and in fact, it looks like they’ve learned that showcasing and highlighting features is the best route. Instead of making fun of the competition (which can be funny) their latest set of commercials shows all the features that daily users can enjoy, and this latest Galaxy Note 8.0 video is a prime example.


If you want to know nearly everything about the Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet and what it can do, aside from reading our Note 8.0 Review, this video will explain most of it. Samsung does a pretty excellent job here highlighting everything that makes their slate useful, nice, yet different from the competition.

To be honest the commercial actually makes me want the Galaxy Note 8.0, and most ad spots never really do that for me. From showing off the Airview features, S-Pen stylus support (even on capacitive buttons) the great all-day battery life, taking notes at work, and even enjoying a few books on the train. They cover it all here. Take a peek yourself.

From multi-screen mode with true multitasking and more this video really does touch on many of the key aspects that makes the Note 8.0 different from most slates. Yes it still has Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, but it does much more too. He even uses the Galaxy Note 8.0 and the rear 5 megapixel camera to snap some photos, although it just looks weird holding up a tablet to take a photo. Ending the video off with a casual meet up with his pretty lady friend for a date.

Samsung understands it isn’t just about knocking the competition anymore, since they are at the top. Instead they’re showing us all the benefits of their devices, and what they can do for us, the consumer. Anyone more inclined to buy the Note 8.0 after seeing that?

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