Video: Motorola Droid X, Samsung Captivate & Samsung Vibrant Star In New Ads

Posted on July 20, 2010



Video: Motorola Droid X, Samsung Captivate & Samsung Vibrant Star In New Ads [New Motorola Droid X & Samsung Galaxy S Videos Hit the Web Advertising Android Capabilities, Google Must be Happy]

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The Motorola Droid X and the Samsung Galaxy S are two of the hottest Android smartphones currently available out there right now. We have covered them extensively here on TFTS and we have even reviewed the Droid X for you last week. And we kept our eyes open on all the ads made for these extraordinary Android devices. Today three more videos have hit the web showing the Droid X, the Captivate and the Vibrant.

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We’ll start this commercial frenzy with the Motorola Droid X. While the ads that preceded the video below were a little Sci-Fi, focusing more on making an impression than on talking about the phone’s features, the commercial we have for you today, entitled “Verizon Droid X Eagle Eye” talks about a specific feature of the Droid X, video streaming. Verizon seems interested in reminding us its partnership with Blockbuster as the Droid X can stream videos for you no matter where you are (as long as you’re within 3G or Wi-Fi coverage).

The second video of the day stars the Samsung Captivate, which is AT&T’s version of the Galaxy S. Since spying and spies are particularly hot right now, Samsung takes this approach for the Galaxy S as it wants to show interested Captivate owners a few of the features of its latest Android smartphone. Those of you interested in the Captivate can log in on YouTube (check the via data below) at around 4:30 PM EST and get more information on the smartphone.

The third video shows the Samsung Vibrant, or T-Mobile’s version of the Galaxy S. The same spy speaking English with a Russian-like accent reminds T-Mobile customers that Samsung will show them the Vibrant on Wednesday, July 21, at 4:30 PM EST.

So there you have it, folks, these are the hot ads/videos of the days and Google should be definitely happy, as they will definitely help make Android more and more popular in the near future.

What Android handset did you buy and why?

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