Samsung has released a first official TV commercial for its Galaxy Tab S6, urging viewers to go everywhere and do everything with the power of the Galaxy Tab S6.
The 50-second spot follows a young blonde woman as she’s going places with her Galaxy Tab S6, which is described by the South Korean tech giant as “a do it all tablet that goes beyond boundaries with whole new levels of S Pen integration for both work and play”. The ad, featuring the girl using the S Pen to perform a variety of tasks, highlights that the device is “Super portable and Duper productive,” has a dual-camera system with ultra-wide-angle lens, the S Pen is “a really, really, really smart pen,” and that has “enough battery to keep working… or not”.
Serving as soundtrack is The Belle Stars’ cover version of the much-covered New Orleans song “Iko Iko,” included on their 1989 album “Rain Man”.
The Galaxy Tab S6’s portable BookCover Keyboard uses a dedicated key for quick DeX access, plus a touchpad to complete your workspace. Users can also connect to another display with just an HDMI cable for even more space to get things done.
Samsung has also teamed up with New-York and London-based photographer and artist Coco Capitán to show how she uses the Galaxy Tab S6 to get inspired and express her lifestyle. Last month, the brand released two promotional videos starring Coco, in which she talks about how the device helps her create everywhere she goes.