The launch of Samsung’s next generation of smartphone, the Galaxy Sll, sees a unique campaign known as ‘extreme unboxing’. This has everyday people unboxing their new phone in extraordinary situations. A writer from thenextweb.com news site went up in a stunt plane to unbox his phone. In between spins, rolls and inversions he tried his best to tell us how impressed he is by the Samsung Galaxy Sll, and the video certainly grabs your attention.
So as to the phone itself, Samsung are extremely proud and excited about this new model, and with good cause. To start with, it is so light and slim you find your self checking that there is actually a battery in there. Of course there is, but a smaller battery you won’t see anywhere else. The sleek metallic finish of the phone looks great, and feels extremely comfortable and tactile when sitting in your hand.
Feature wise, it’s hard to know where to start. The social hub is buzzing with activity. Social networking, emails, contacts, online messaging services and a calendar are all here for instant access. The Email service has been hailed as one of the best ever integrated into a mobile phone. You can manage multiple email accounts and the real-time push ensures that you can always keep on top of your emails.
The advanced music hub does away with any other devices you have used to listen to music. Browse the 12m songs that are available to purchase and download to create the playlists you’ve always dreamed of. Want to know more about the song or the artist? Check out the biographies and discographies that are at your disposal. There are even reviews for you peruse at your leisure.
The 1.2GHz dual core processor takes gaming on mobile phones to a whole new level. Crystal clear graphics at lightning speeds give you a gaming experience you’ll never forget, and you’ll keep going back for more. There are several social games preloaded and a great selection of HD games waiting to be downloaded. On this evidence, the Samsung Galaxy Sll is one very classy phone that is as smart as it looks.