Samsung joins hands with Jetman Rossy in advertisement bid for the Galaxy S6

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Samsung finally has a device that can live up to all the expectations that its ad campaigns bring to life in consumers across the world. Yup, we are talking about the Samsung Galaxy S6. Barely a month after it was released at the MWC 2015 event held on the 1st of March, the device is already being dubbed as the greatest of the Samsung Galaxy series.

Be that as may, Samsung is definitely not going to go easy on the advertising front just because it has a device that’s been receiving good reviews all around. After all, smartphones don’t jump of the shelfs themselves — a solid ad campaign is what is needed, and that’s exactly what Samsung is looking to do with its upcoming series of advertisements that feature a whole bunch of famous personalities starring along with the S6.

From what we have heard, the South Korean company is releasing a series of three advertisements which will seek to emphasize both the S6 and Samsung’s “Next is now” campaign. The first of the videos has already been released and features Yves “Jetman” Rossy while Samsung has supposedly roped in artist Marco Brambilla and daredevil selfie-taker Daniel Lau for the other two videos, which be launched  on the 11th and the 19th of May respectively.

The video with Rossy starts with a “Galaxy S6 vs Jetman” title which confuses you for a split second. After all what does the Galaxy S6 have in common with the famous flier — for those who don’t know, Jetman Rossy invented and flew the carbon fibre jetpack over the swiss alps back in 2008 — after all, no matter how advanced its tech specifications, the S6 quite certainly doesn’t fly.

The ad actually features the Galaxy Scion’s quick charge feature which is shown giving the Jetman a run for his money in terms of speed as the device charges for upto 4 hours of use in just 10 minutes. Pretty impressive eh?

Do watch the ad and tell us what you think about Samsung’s latest publicity stunt.

Source: Youtube

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