Samsung Posts Commercial for Galaxy Note 5 & S6 Edge+

Just yesterday, Samsung took the wraps off of the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge+. Both of which are available for pre-order now and will be in stores as soon as next Friday. Neither phone was a huge surprise to us, after seeing all of the leaks in the past few weeks. But now that they are official, and we've hands on time and such with them. It's time for the marketing machine to get started, and Samsung already has a commercial out for both devices. What else would you expect from Sammy?

This time it's featuring Chrissy Teigen. Basically in the commercial, she is trying to decide between the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge+. Which is quite a tough decision when you think about it. They are pretty similar, but still a bit different. You've got all the productivity features in the Galaxy Note 5 with the new S Pen that can auto-ejects, and actually it's pretty cool. Who knew a click could be so cool? Then you have the Galaxy S6 Edge+ which is built more for entertainment. With the curved display, it makes videos on YouTube and other networks look amazing. As if the video is just falling off the screen. Something everyone loved about the Galaxy S6 Edge from earlier in the year.

The Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Galaxy Note 5 specs are pretty identical. Both feature 5.66-inch Quad HD AMOLED displays, Exynos processors, 4GB of RAM and 32GB or 64GB of storage. One of the cool new features in here is Live Broadcast for YouTube straight from the camera app, and actually Chrissy shows that off in the commercial as well. Although I don't think to many would like to hear her calling Samsung's engineers "nerds".

Currently both Samsung devices are on pre-order, and will be available next Friday in store. So Samsung is bringing out their devices pretty quickly this time around. Definitely a nice thing, considering the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge took nearly 2 months to actually be available after being announced. You can watch Samsung's newest commercial down below.


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