Samsung had start airing a Samsung Galaxy S II TV ad on Thanksgiving that mocked Apple’s iPhone users.
So while the patent war are playing out in the court rooms, Samsung has aired another Samsung Galaxy S II TV ad as part of the “The next big thing is already here” series, which mocks Apple fanboys and pokes fun at iCloud and iTunes Match.
Here’s a description of the ad:
fans are waiting in the line outside an Apple Store-like location four hours before it opens. “Just feel bad for people who are walking by” says one guy. “Totally missing out … history in the making” says the guy next to him in the line.
Just then a guy with a Samsung comes over and asks them “You guys still here”. “36 hours is a small price to pay to keep all my music” responds one of the Apple fanboy, the guy next to him goes on to add “Movies … How can you give them up?” The guy with the Samsung says “Well, I have all my playlist right here, my music streams from the cloud and I’ve tons of place where I can buy my movies” The Apple fanboys look surprised at which point the guy with a Samsung asks them “What they’re giving up?” The Apple fanboys say “Sleep”, “Vacation days mostly,” “Feeling in my legs”, which leads to the kicker: “The next big thing is already here.”
What do you think about Samsung’s new Galaxy II ad? Do you think Samsung’s approach of mocking Apple fanboys and potentially their customers work? Please share your views in the comments section below.
[via 9 to 5 Mac]