Samsung giving away phones and shirts in "Dude, you're a barista" contest

Samsung giving away phones and shirts in
Win this t-shirt from Samsung

Win this t-shirt from Samsung

You might remember the first Samsung ad in the series that shows Apple iPhone users waiting in line to buy the next version of the phone, when a Samsung Galaxy S II user livens up the crowd by showing off her device. While most of those who saw the Android model were impressed with the customization, one guy notes that he couldn't buy a Samsung phone because he was creative. His friend replied, "Dude, you're a barista" and a great put down line was born.

Samsung is also using the line in a Twitter based contest. Simply follow @SamsungMobileUsa on Twitter to participate in daily giveaways that include the Samsung Galaxy S II and the Samsung GALAXY Nexus handsets. And if you don't win a phone, you might end up with something just as cool, the official "Dude, you're a barista" t-shirt!

To enter the contest, visit the sourcelink. Good Luck.

source: Samsung

Related phones

Galaxy S II
  • Display 4.3" 480 x 800 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP / 2 MP front
  • Processor Samsung Exynos 4 Dual, Dual-core, 1200 MHz
  • Storage 32 GB + microSDHC
  • Battery 1650 mAh(9.00h 3G talk time)
GALAXY Nexus CDMA
  • Display 4.7" 720 x 1280 pixels
  • Camera 5 MP / 1.3 MP front
  • Processor TI OMAP4460, Dual-core, 1200 MHz
  • Storage 32 GB
  • Battery 1850 mAh(12.00h talk time)

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44 Comments

1. KingKurogiii

Posts: 5713; Member since: Oct 23, 2011

forget the Galaxy Nexus, i want the shirt! >;D loljk if you have a GN please give it to me...

3. iamcc

Posts: 1319; Member since: Oct 07, 2011

Haha, I love my Nexus so much I want my GF to get one just so I can play with two!

2. Fallout09

Posts: 421; Member since: Oct 17, 2011

I really want Samsung to succeed with this ad campaign, seeing that Apple has turned into a complete D-BAG!

4. c.hack

Posts: 614; Member since: Dec 09, 2009

Sure. I'll take a free phone. Too bad the Samsung are cheap plastic POS. The only thing they did well is rip off the iPhone.

5. iamcc

Posts: 1319; Member since: Oct 07, 2011

Okay, here's an analogy. Car bumpers used to be made of metal. Metal is nice and sturdy. Some time ago they switched to making most bumpers out of plastic... plastic is cheaper but actually works better in crash circumstances. Now think phones. Yes, a phone made entirely from glass may technically not be as "cheap" as plastic, but do you really want the phone you take everywhere with you to be made entirely of glass? If the answer is yes, good for you. If the answer is no, good for you. Just because the phones are plastic doesn't make them "cheap" or "POS". I absolutely love that my Nexus is made from plastic and unless they had a metal/glass alternative that was equally as durable and lightweight I would never change my opinion. We get that you don't like Android, c.hack. But your worthless trolling is getting to be as bad as taco was before they banned him. You used to make sense.

19. KingKurogiii

Posts: 5713; Member since: Oct 23, 2011

plastic can absorb an impact better but it'll come up with much more damage i.e. nicks and scratches than metal from a serious fall

20. Gdrye

Posts: 111; Member since: Jan 02, 2012

i always thought that it mattered what material phones were made out of, till i realized that all im going to do is put a case on the phone and it will turn to rubber anyway, of all iphones in that video quite a few had cases on them already..so does it really matter??

21. iamcc

Posts: 1319; Member since: Oct 07, 2011

Yes. Think about it. The plastic case will absorb some of the impact but the remaining impact is being transferred to the phone. Glass = less durable than plastic. Some people like glass phones, some like plastic. Neither is necessarily better or worse but when it comes to "drop-ability" plastic is simply better. No two ways about it.

31. cheetah2k

Posts: 2159; Member since: Jan 16, 2011

The iPhone is considerably heavier than the SGSII as well, which means when dropped it reaches terminal velocity quicker, and therefore hits the ground at a far greater speed than the much lighter SGSII - ie, the iPhone glass really has no chance unless it has inbuilt airbags lol....

44. robinrisk unregistered

it reaches the same velocity at the same time because it has the same acceleration as everything else on earth on a vacuum. What happens is that the force of impact is greater due to the greater mass. Force = mass x acceleration. The acceleration at a free fall in a vacuum or without any air resistance is 9.8meters/(seconds square)

40. jbash

Posts: 345; Member since: Feb 07, 2011

i was wondering where taco went

6. tha.fox

Posts: 100; Member since: Nov 30, 2011

your are retarded c.hack if you knew anything youd know plastic is much better than glass for a device that the average person drops 15 times or more a year. also cars are made of a ton of plastic now days instead of metal why? becuse it works. if you believe that look on youtube at the galaxy vs iphone drop test and tell me what ones a cheap piece of sh**.

8. c.hack

Posts: 614; Member since: Dec 09, 2009

Typical for a brainless Droidlet. The only parts in a car made of plastic are ones that see no wear. Saturn tried plastic cars - the plastic cracked and shattered under collision. . Keep defending your cheap piece of plastic. Too bad it has poor signal, 4 hours battery life and Samsung has to stoop to give it away. . Poor mindless Droidlets.

11. twenti7

Posts: 152; Member since: Jul 09, 2011

Parts that see no wear. You mean like the bumpers, side skirts, and entire interiors? Typical for iDiots. Running tour mouth without any regard for facts. For the record, my GSII gets flawless signal and I regularly get 10+, hours on a charge. Oh, and that's with at least about 5 hours of web surfing, streaming music, and watching videos. Poor, mindless iDiot.

13. iamcc

Posts: 1319; Member since: Oct 07, 2011

Umm my Nexus gets just as good a signal as my Thunderbolt did and I get 12-13 hours on my standard battery up to 16 on extended. Try again.

15. gallitoking

Posts: 4721; Member since: May 17, 2011

you should be ashame to say you own a T-Bolt..how does that phone sells right now?.. and is a 4G LTE that sells for 99.99 on a 2 year agreement.. good luck with that...

14. gallitoking

Posts: 4721; Member since: May 17, 2011

so if a car doesnt do well against crash test. then they are pieces of yunk?.. wrong.. the most expensives cars are the ones made with metal.. not plastic.. example lets see how much you gan get for your plastic phone against my beautiful glass covered iphone4 S, and see how that goes...I like my phone like i want my women.... beautiful...

17. Dmann

Posts: 165; Member since: Oct 17, 2011

If an average person would crash a Ferrari as frequently as drop a cell phone, it would be really stupid to buy a Ferrari. Almost everyone who owns an iPhone 4/4s has a protective cover. Imagine a Ferrari with a protective cover... Now comparing a phone to a woman is just plain stupid. You like your phone like your women, simple minded and much more expensive than its real value.

22. iamcc

Posts: 1319; Member since: Oct 07, 2011

Where did anyone say it's a piece of junk? Yet again, you are putting words in people's mouth and then arguing with yourself. Congrats. By the way, I could sell my Thunderbolt for about $100-150 right now if I wanted to... but I actually like that phone and i'm keeping it for a backup. By the way, the most expensive cars are made from carbon fiber in most cases you dumb as f**k troll.

28. gallitoking

Posts: 4721; Member since: May 17, 2011

nobody would buy the T-bolt for 150.00 .. and nopt the mosrt expensives care are the classics.. made of metal... so that makes you the dumb one..

32. KingKurogiii

Posts: 5713; Member since: Oct 23, 2011

actually a Thunderbolt could go for $150 pretty easily.

24. twenti7

Posts: 152; Member since: Jul 09, 2011

You're kidding, right? The most expensive (and best performing) cars from Lamborghini, Koenigsegg, Bugatti,etc. are made almost entirely from carbon fiber, and use as little metal as possible. Even the more affordable cars that are built for performance use more fiberglass than metal. . Yes, there are some very expensive cars made from metal, but more often than not their only purpose is to look good and make sure that everyone around you knows how much money you have. Hmm. What does that remind you of?

27. gallitoking

Posts: 4721; Member since: May 17, 2011

is easy to speak when you dont know.. answer is the 1930 Bugatti made mostly out of... you guessed.. metal... nice try though http://www.forbes.com/2001/11/05/1105vow.html

29. twenti7

Posts: 152; Member since: Jul 09, 2011

Whoo! 1930. That's really current. Thank you for your extraordinarily relevant input.

30. gallitoking

Posts: 4721; Member since: May 17, 2011

enough to prove you wrong... xoxox

33. twenti7

Posts: 152; Member since: Jul 09, 2011

Actually since that car is no longer in production and can't be purchased new, it is a completely invalid point. So the only thing it proves is that you're willing to stoop down to any level to try and make yourself appear better.

34. gallitoking

Posts: 4721; Member since: May 17, 2011

that was not the point.. the point was that plastic is cheaper and durable but is not always the best options... and used cars as an example to prove that durability is not always the best options.. if you call that low.. well then it is...

35. iamcc

Posts: 1319; Member since: Oct 07, 2011

Hahahahahhahahahahah That is all, gallito.

36. gallitoking

Posts: 4721; Member since: May 17, 2011

I admit after i reread my post.. is hard to understand.. but too late to edit..

37. iamcc

Posts: 1319; Member since: Oct 07, 2011

Oh I understood you perfectly you're just hilarious.

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