On June 21, the official sales of the Samsung Galaxy S 3 smartphone started in the US. Currently, the Korean company is making tremendous efforts to promote the Galaxy S 3 in the US market. The shiny commercials for the new device are definitely worth watching. This is a real challenge for Apple. Advertising is much more effective than the one that we could see before.
To capture the American marketplace, ads will appear wherever possible in the coming weeks. This is a massive Samsung promo attack. It can be expected that 2 creative videos with the slogan "The best is here" will deal a significant blow to the iPhone (although Terry Gou - the CEO of Foxconn, most likely will not agree with this opinion).
Indeed, there is still no answer to the question, will the last "child" of Samsung become the first smartphone to outstrip the iPhone in sales?
No one disputes that the number of Android phones is already at least twice the number of iPhones, but so far no existing model has managed to surpass the iPhone in popularity.
The first commercial will show the work of the Pop-Up Video (pop-up video), promoting it as an innovation. The second demonstrates the smartphone in operation with the content sharing function, an example of a video from AllShare, when the video is copied, S-Beam and automatic marks on the photos taken.
Pay attention to the final slogan, which reminds of the "anti-block" advertising of yesteryear.
And the sensational device has already appeared at the American operators T-Mobile, AT&T, Sprint. From July 9, the new product will be available from Verizon.
As you know, in the fourth quarter of last year, iPhone sales exceeded 37 million, according to the results of the first quarter of 2012, the number of iPhones sold was 35.1 million. Second and third quarter sales are expected to be $ 27 million and $ 25 million, respectively.
What do you think after watching commercials and analyzing the Samsung Galaxy S3 review? Will Samsung's flagship surpass the iPhone in popularity for the first time?
I would not rule out this possibility.