Vodafone and O2 to stock new Galaxy smartphone

Written by: Paul Withers
Vodafone and O2 to stock new Galaxy smartphone

Networks confirm they will sell Samsung’ latest Galaxy handset as teaser trailer encourages customers to “stand out from everyone else”

Vodafone and O2 have confirmed they will stock Samsung’s new Galaxy smartphone, likely to be an upgrade to the handset manufacturer’s Galaxy S II device.

Samsung will unveil the smartphone at its Mobile Unpacked 2012 event at the Earls Court Exhibition Centre in London on May 3.

Samsung has also created a teaser trailer (pictured) for the new device. It lasts for one minute and three seconds and ends with the text: “With technology that fits in this easily, you can now stand out from….” before showing a herd of bleating sheep.

At the time of writing, the teaser trailer had received over one million views since being posted on YouTube yesterday.

 

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