Samsung Release New Adverts For The Galaxy Note 5 & S6 Edge+

Depending on which way you look at it, it could quite easily be argued that the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge+ are not exactly new phones anymore. Yes, they are the latest devices from Samsung and certainly new from a consumer perspective, with the two devices only recently becoming available to buy. However, since their release, LG has released another device in the form of the LG V10 and there has also been the launch of the two Nexus smartphones, the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P as well. As such, when it comes to the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge+, they no longer feel as new as they once did.

Well, with all the other manufacturer action going on since the twin Galaxy launch, it looks like Samsung are making sure that the consumer public is very much reminded that if they don't want a Nexus or an LG V10 or a Sony Xperia Z5, then they can always opt for the Galaxy Note 5 or the Galaxy S6 Edge+. In doing the reminding, Samsung has now released two more adverts which showcase the features on offer, with each video highlighting specifically targeted points relevant to the device on show.

In the case of the Galaxy Note 5, the new advert revolves around the functionality of the device and sees a young job applicant managing to prove their worth thanks to the use of the Galaxy Note 5, its S Pen and the interaction between the two. While in the case of the Galaxy S6 Edge+, the emphasis swiftly moves to the camera abilities. In fact, it specifically comes with the tagline "true beauty isn't perfect, but your camera should be." Whether this is a play on any of the recently released devices remains to be see. However, with the S6 range coming with such good cameras, there is merit to what Samsung is saying. Either way, if you are in the mood for checking out a couple of new Samsung Galaxy videos, then you can see both of the latest videos by hitting play below.

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