Samsung has announced that they will hold the Galaxy Unpacked event for the Galaxy S24 series on January 17. To build excitement for the event, Samsung released a video ad that takes viewers on a journey through the history of mobile phones. The ad showcases how Samsung phones have evolved over the past four decades.
The journey begins in 1988 with the introduction of the brick phone, which allowed people to make phone calls without being tied to a wire. It then moves forward to 1999, when Samsung launched its first TV phone using the digital multimedia broadcasting (DMB) standard to broadcast live television signals.
In 2011, Samsung made waves with the launch of the original Galaxy Note, which pioneered the large-screen phone experience. The ad also features the Galaxy S5, which offered water and dust resistance, and the Galaxy S6 Edge, which introduced wireless card payments through Samsung Pay. The ad concludes with a glimpse of the Galaxy Z Flip and teases a “new era of mobile” with the silhouette of the S24 Ultra.
The ad aims to build anticipation for the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event and highlights the innovative and groundbreaking features that Samsung has brought to the mobile phone industry over the years. With the promise of a “new era of mobile” on the horizon, Samsung fans and tech enthusiasts eagerly await the unveiling of the S24 series at the upcoming event. Stay tuned for more updates as the event date approaches.