Samsung's Super Bowl ad: 90 seconds, directed by Bobby Farrelly, for the Samsung GALAXY Note LTE
0. phoneArena posted on 31 Jan 2012, 23:36
On Tuesday, Samsung revealed more information about its Super Bowl ad such as its 90 seconds in length, the big screen director (Bobby Farrelly) making his television ad debut, and the appearance of the spot during the fourth quarter of the game...
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1. snowgator posted on 31 Jan 2012, 23:43 4 0
Wow. When I read the speculation on this ad a few days ago, most postings thought the Note LTE would be a silly waste of money as it falls into that "niche" department. I didn't comment, but I agreed, as most guesses centered around a new tablet.
9 million, the cost of hiring a big time director, and than all the other promotions to follow. I'll say it again.
5. protozeloz posted on 01 Feb 2012, 05:07 3 0
They are serious about the note. It's all I can say
6. TARDIS posted on 01 Feb 2012, 07:55 2 0
They have confidence in their product. Watch the sgs3 come with with a 4.7 inch screen and a stylus functionality lol "man I want that new mini note now....."
10. Dr.Phil posted on 01 Feb 2012, 14:12 2 0
That is true, they did say they wanted to carry over the S-Pen to other devices. So, it is possible for the GSIII to have it.
2. k1ng617 posted on 01 Feb 2012, 00:11 3 0
The Note is sincerely an excellent phone and they pretty much have a lock on the market, as small as it may be currently. But, everyone I've showed my phone to is at first shocked, and they all ask me "that's a phone?!" Then when the laughter and shock wears off they say they want one.
3. Dr.Phil posted on 01 Feb 2012, 00:22 4 0
As someone who is ready to buy this phone, I am all for them advertising and selling as many Notes as possible. Why you ask? Because it makes it that more likely that not only would they release a Note 2 but that this time AT&T won't wait so long to release it (although it wasn't as the GSII was).
4. Exile_One posted on 01 Feb 2012, 02:59 1 0
I want one! I really hope tmobile get that phone!
7. Fallout09 posted on 01 Feb 2012, 07:56 1 1
One thing I can’t figure out is why Samsung would pay 9 million for a 90 second spot for a device that is currently slated for 1 carrier. If I were paying 9 million, I would make sure that my device could be available to anybody and everybody (regardless of carrier) to ensure that I would get a solid return on my investment. Yes, I know AT&T is the largest US carrier; but they are only one piece of the pie. This ad is during the Superbowl and point is to get your product to mass market saturation.
9. evo-ninja posted on 01 Feb 2012, 10:21 0 0
by the time they sent it to another carrier i'll already be switched to at&t, I needed this phone last year, business wise, I will buy it unlocked an sell it when it comes to sprint
8. supaman21 posted on 01 Feb 2012, 08:33 1 0
basically advertising the perfect phone for humongous athletes..... what better way to do it than the superbowl??