Samsung aired a new Television advert, as the company is set to debut a short film this week showcasing the premium features of its 2012 flagship Smart TVs.
Starring a top international model and other familiar faces, the video demonstrates the amazingly versatile Motion Control feature, although with unexpected and hilarious results. Take a look, but be careful! This might not be safe for work, if your office hates laughter!
"The video opens with a striking female lead apparently waving through her apartment window, catching the eyes of men throughout the office building across the street. As each man falls prey to the 'seductive motion' of the beautiful woman, a slapstick race across the street to her apartment ensues. They race to her door, only to find that, as entertaining as they are, they are no match for her Samsung Smart TV--which she'd much rather be at home alone," the company narrates.
Samsung Galaxy S III is yet to go on sale, and it is already generating a ton of sales interest in the UK.
A spokesperson of Vodafone said, "With over a week to go until launch, it's already the most pre-ordered Android device we've brought into our smartphone line-up to date and our limited time offer of 2GB of mobile data and 100 free music tracks is being snapped up," the Inquirer reports.
Another UK wireless retailer, Carphone Warehouse, said that the Galaxy S III is " ... the fastest selling pre-order of 2012 so far."
Also, Samsung has announced a new Samsung Galaxy Ace DUOS, which comes with a Dual SIM support system, allowing users to manage their work and personal lives with one smartphone.
Users can also use the device to carry two SIM cards with different billing plans, switching when convenient or cost-appropriate.
GALAXY Ace DUOS encases a 3.5'' touch screen, HSDPA 7.2 connectivity, 5MP camera, a 3GB of storage and out of the box runs Android 2.3 (Gingerbread).
DUOS will be available from June starting in Russia and gradually rolled out to Europe, CIS, Latin America, Southeast and Southwest Asia, Middle East, Africa, and China.