Samsung's campaign to make you love your next big phone has just begun.
The giant of technology has released the first of three 30 second videos that drill a phone that is generally expected to be Galaxy Note 9 . In the video you see a person trying to meet a friend, using a phone (presumably one
Samsung's favorite destination) on the latest batterybars.
The phone empties from 5 percent to 4 percent and so on as the person attempts to find a way to extend battery life and, if you do not want it, you need to desperately recharge your phone. Too bad, so sad.
And then these words flash on the screen: "The battery can not keep up? Many can change in one day." The ad ends with the date of Samsung's next Unpacked Event August 9th, which is when the phone opening will take place.
I can relate to this ad, which is probably the reason I liked it in a kind of painful grimass way. But while Samsung clearly understands useless battery life for Note 9, the irony can not escape any of us that it was the refractory battery on Note 7 that was the source of so much of the company's ve.
As you remember, Samsung had to remember
Galaxy Note 7
twice after more reports of
explodes as a result of technical failures that caused the volatile chemicals in some batteries to collide and ignite. Since Samsung's discovery and excuse, it also solved its battery safety test procedures on all phones, not just the phone line.
If that debacle is still a bad topic for Samsung, you will never know it to see this teaser point.
Samsung's unpacked event takes place August 9th in New York. Meanwhile, here.
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