Newest Samsung Promo Video Focuses On How The Galaxy S6/Edge Display More Vibrant Colors

The Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge are Samsung's latest flagship devices and if you have been following the news, then you will have been presented with an almost daily update on the two devices. The majority of the news seems to be split into two categories. The first is what is best thought of as an almost endless number of reports detailing how well the two devices are selling and how much everyone loves them. While the second category of news seems to be an equally almost endless number of videos sporting the two devices. Some of this come in the more unorthodox manner and provided by the public while the sheer majority are more official and promo based video snippets.

This is largely due to Samsung seemingly on an unstoppable promotional campaign with the two S6 devices. Samsung has literally been releasing video after video after video and detailing every aspect of the S6 and S6 Edge. In fact, the last couple of days has seen new videos popping up on a daily basis. Forty-eight hours ago, the video released detailed the charging capabilities of the two devices, with a focus on the fast charge and wireless charging features. Likewise, 24 hours ago saw the release of the next video which focused much more on the camera and recording abilities of the two new Samsung devices.

Well, today is another day and that can only mean one thing. Another video from Samsung showcasing the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. Unlike the last two daily doses, the latest does video not seem to be part of the "Smartphone of your dreams" campaign. Instead, this is much more of a 'normal' promotional video. The video in question is also much shorter than the last two which were on offer with this one coming in at barely the thirty-second marker. That said, the video looks to promote the resolution of the two devices and in particular, the use of their highest pixel density display ever. As such, the short video sports multiple bursts of vibrant colours. You can see the video for yourself by clicking play below.

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