Samsung Galaxy S8 TV Commercial Debuts Before Official Launch [VIDEO]By Mark Stevens Peterson, UniversityHerald Reporter
Fans of the Samsung Galaxy smartphones will have to wait for two weeks until the big release of Galaxy S8. Before that, they will have to watch the new TV commercial for the illustrious upcoming Android smartphones on local TV.
Samsung Galaxy S8 New TV Commercial
While waiting for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ to hit the store shelves, which will be two weeks from now, Android fans will have to make do with the latest TV commercial of the upcoming gadgets, which can be viewed below. It focused more on the two S8 smarpthones, but some fans think that the execution was a bit odd at first. It does the job well in the end since it showcased some of the duo's great features and exciting capabilities, BGR reported.
The concept of the commercial ad started with an old smartphone design, and then the Galaxy S8 started to reveal itself by breaking out piece by piece. It showcased some of its features like its great camera, and its sleek and edgeless design. It focuses more on the feature called Infinity Display.
Samsung Galaxy S8 Asiana Airlines Edition Revealed
In other related news, Samsung Electronics and Asiana Airlines have partnered together to launch a special edition of the Galaxy S8 and S8+. Airline members will be able to purchase these upcoming smartphones with the mileage points they have accumulated through the years, ZDNet reported.
The airline company will only sell 2,000 units of the special edition and it will be exclusively sold there. The customers will need to apply for it between April 7 and April 17, which is also the same pre-ordering dates of the regular versions, ChosunBiz reported.
Members of the airline service can purchase the Galaxy S8 and S8+ at a discounted price if they have 30,000 mileage points. It will have a specially made Asiana theme and the home screen will display the airline's logo when it is turned on.
Check out the Samsung Galaxy S8 Official TV Commercial Breaking Out video below: