A new commercial has surfaced of the new Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone which promoting the competition against the new iPhone and it’s fellow fans that lined up at retail stores nationwide to buy it. It mocks the fact that these people are also lining up for an iPhone 4S that is the same design as the previous generation iPhone, the 4.
The advertisement dives into the big excitement of the fans waiting for their iPhone 4S’s, and shows people walking by with the Samsung Galaxy S II with a bigger screen and such and such and getting distracted by that, making them ask the user of the phone to see their phone. A iPhone’s fan’s interest in the phone slightly increased, though some held back in the dedication of the iPhone still:
iPhone fan: “I could never get a Samsung. I’m creative.”
Friend: “Dude, you’re a barista.”
It goes on in the ad about the bigger screen of the Samsung Galaxy S II, and it’s 4G advantages, though one of the users of the Samsung phone says: “Yeah, it’s a Galaxy S II. This phone…is amazing.”
Some are saying it’s like the “I’m a Mac, I’m a PC” advertisements. And another commentor added that those ads were making fun of PC’s, not the people who use PC’s. And that’s basically what this advertisement is making fun of, not iPhone’s but the users who use them.
But I myself, well, I want to see what Apple has to offer with their iPhone 5. If Google revolutionizes their music application for us, by making it supported by car stereos and other things like that then I might stay with Google. But if not, and Apple remains the best, I’ll opt for them. I have owned two smartphones in my life being the first Samsung Galaxy, and now the Galaxy S, and since the Galaxy S II is expensive I don’t see the reason in switching over again.