New Samsung ad focuses on BYOD
Samsung Galaxy S III replacing both phones. When discussing how the unicorns should look in the game, one developer says he wants them to look like they do in real life, while another points out that real unicorns have rainbow blood. Hmm.
Samsung is pushing the SAFE technology which stands for Security and Feature Enhancements and makes the Korean manufacturer's high-end models acceptable for the workplace. Having said all this, will BlackBerry Balance move the, uh, balance of power back to the Berry in the office? This is the feature on BlackBerry 10 that offers a separate home page and apps for business. The feature prevents anything but BES enabled apps from being installed on the office side of the phone, meaning that a company's IT department still has control over your phone at work. At home, it is a different matter as you are allowed full access to BlackBerry App World.
Anyway, we digress. It's another great ad for Sammy, although not as funny as the barista-era ads. Check it out below, and expect to see more Samsung GALAXY Note II models in the office.
source: Samsung via AndroidAuthority