The Rio 2016 Olympic Games are only a few days away. If you haven’t gotten the Olympics spirit yet, then Samsung’s new ad is sure to get you in the mood. On top of that Samsung has released a brand new, limited edition Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Olympic Games smartphone.
As one of the official sponsors of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, the massive electronics company has creatively combined 15 countries’ national anthems. Samsung managed to get all 15 of the countries’ national anthems into a 9-second video. The ad inspires unity just like the Olympic Games should be a symbol of global unity, sportsmanship, acceptance and cooperation.
The video shows people from participating countries singing other countries’ national anthems, with the video opening beautifully by an Australian singing the Botswana National Anthem. People from across the world then pass along a Samsung smartphone to sing bits of other countries’ national anthems. Six athletes from around the world are also featured in the video created by Samsung. Some of Samsung’s other Olympic Games ads also carry the message of global unity and we’re sure to see some more cool ads as we get closer to one of the world’s biggest sporting events.
Samsung has released an official Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Olympic Games smartphone.
Samsung and IOC provide Galaxy S7 edge Olympic Games smartphone Limited Edition to all athletes to help them enjoy the Olympic Games with Samsung’s innovative technology.
Below, we’re introduced by the brand new Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Olympic Games smartphone.
The Olympic Games smartphone has a custom colour-way pattern and features the iconic Olympic Rings logo on the back.
Drop us a comment and let us know if you’re excited to catch all the 2016 Rio action. Would you like to own a Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Olympic Games smartphone? Unfortunately this limited edition Samsung Galaxy Olympic Games smartphone will only be available to the general consumer in very few numbers and only in selected countries, of which South Africa isn’t one.
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