Television ad for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is about a phablet-based relationship



On Friday, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 was officially launched in many countries, including the U.S. and Canada. At the same time, Samsung released a television commercial for the latest version of its high-end phablet. The ad is all about watching the Galaxy Note 8, its Live Message feature, and the S Pen digital writing instrument help a burgeoning relationship grow. From the first Live Message sent by a girl to a guy sitting right across from her at a party, we see the two communicating back and forth using their Galaxy Note 8 handsets. As the commercial progresses, we can feel the bond between them growing stronger.

Finally, after a period of time passes, she finally gives in and writes him a Live Message that reads "I think I love you." She is on pins and needles as she awaits the response, and we know that you are too, now that you are emotionally invested in these two characters who seem to prefer communicating with Live Message rather than talking to each other.

We don't want to give away what happens next with this love story, but let's just say that it bodes well for other couples that have just one thing in common, which is the phone that they both use. Who would have thought that a whole relationship could blossom so quickly when two people share the love of a phablet. Maybe the same thing will happen to you!

The Live Message feature allows a Galaxy Note 8 user to create a message or a drawing, convert it to an animated gif, and send it to others via email, social media or text. Send the right Live Message to the right person, and you might find your soul mate! See how this might work for you by tapping on the video at the top of the story.

source: Samsung

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