Samsung has just released three new promo videos for its Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus flagships. All of those promo videos were released by the company’s “Samsung US” YouTube channel, and all three of them have been embedded down below for your convenience. The first promo video is actually a commercial for the Galaxy S9 (Plus), while the other two are “How To” videos that the company decided to publish.
Having said that, the aforementioned commercial is called “Jet Lag”, and it shows a girl who can’t get herself to sleep due to jet lag. She decides to take a picture using her Galaxy S9 Plus, and then she gets the idea to go outside in the middle of the night to take more pics. During the night, she ends up in a nightclub, she rides a motorcycle, plays soccer, and so on. All in all, this commercial is clearly trying to promote the Galaxy S9 (Plus)’s camera(s), as Instagram is shown at the very end of the video as well. The second video shows you how to customize the Galaxy S9 (Plus)’s screen, all you have to do is long-press on the background of your home screen, and that will reveal a number of options that you can play around with. You’ll get access to theme options, wallpaper settings, clock customizations, and so on. The last video that is embedded down below will show you how to customize the Galaxy S9 (Plus)’s camera settings. After you launch the camera, you should tap on the gear icon, and from that screen, you can change a number of settings, including the image ratio, tracking, HDR… and so on.
Samsung had introduced the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus back in February, and the company has sold quite a few Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus units thus far. The Galaxy Note 9 is still two months away, and the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus sales are still going strong for Samsung it seems, but the company wanted to promote its phones even more by releasing these videos. The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are both made out of metal, they both sport QHD+ Super AMOLED displays which are curved, and they’re both fueled by flagship SoCs, you’ll get either the Snapdragon 845 or Exynos 9810, depending on where you live. If you’d like to know more about the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, check out our review.