T-Mobile just posted a new video advertisement for their variant of the Samsung Galaxy S III on YouTube. The commercial depicts a scene in which a rooftop concert is taking place and, of course, Carly Foulkes is in attendance sporting the Galaxy S3. It starts out okay with the T-Mobile Girl capturing a recording of the band on stage and then immediately sending it to her friends, however, the way it plays out from there is laughable. You see, Carly isn’t sending the video to friends who are elsewhere, as you would probably expect; she actually sends it to friends who are at the same concert. While it’s obvious T-mobile is trying to promote the Galaxy S3′s ability to conveniently share video and photos between devices, it’s just ridiculous they would use such an unrealistic scene as an example. The clip ends with Foulkes transmitting her video to a JumboTron across the street – again, very unrealistic.
I think Samsung did a better job of showcasing the sharing functionality in their own advertisements. What do you think? Am I being too harsh or does it seem just as silly to you? Check out the video below and let us know in the comments!
T-Mobile introduces the revolutionary Samsung Galaxy S III. Built for sharing, this advanced smartphone helps you capture the fun and important events in your life with stunning photos and videos, helping you to quickly and easily share with your friends and family.
Note: Song is called oOoO by Oberhofer.