Samsung continues to promote its Galaxy Note10 with a new ad, that focuses on the smartphone’s super steady video capability.
The spot features two young women in the woods who, thanks to the Galaxy Note10, manage to capture the moment a guy costumed as a gorilla is coming after them, among the trees. “Get the evidence with Galaxy Note10. Hope they take your word for it. Or switch to Galaxy Note10. Video so steady it’s unreal.” onscreen lines read throughout the 15-second video, which ends with the tagline “Introducing next-level power”.
Previous spots for the Galaxy Note10 showcased the phone’s Zoom-In Mic and other available features. The main commercial for the device featured a young blonde curly woman who, inspired by an alpaca during one of her travels, sets a new trend that is followed by millions of people. Throughout the video, which is scored by The Incredible Bongo Band’s “Apache,” the protagonist is shown using the Galaxy Note10 to perform a variety of tasks, from writing down a contract that she signs with the owner of the alpaca site, to sketching hairstyles, to filming the animals for her presentation, and more.
Unveiled at the Samsung Unpacked Event held on August 7, the Galaxy Note10 went on sale August 23rd, at a price starting from $949 (for the version with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage). The Galaxy Note 10 Plus was announced at the same event and hit shelves August 23rd, too.