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Samsung Unboxes Galaxy S7 by a 5 year old child in a video commercial

The time has come to build some excitement in the Mobile World Congress. As some launching events have approached a closure with the beginning of the upcoming band’s launch. It seems that Samsung is doing a quite good job with their new teaser which is the first commercial of their upcoming Galaxy S7 smartphone.
The commercial conducted at www.sevendaysofunboxing.com on the social channel of Samsung gives a hint about what can you expect from your next Galaxy S7. In this video commercial we can see a 5 year old boy who is entering in the display room and comes out walking to make the sketch of what he saw under the box. Even though you can’t have a clue from the sketch, it leaves a little guess. Even then thing are supposed to get much more surprising as we are expecting a llama to unbox the Galaxy S7.
The advertisement conducted by Samsung Nordic is said as “Seven days of Unboxing” and will expose a flagship smartphone disclosed by a child, a lama, a confectioner and a metal worker, on ice sculptor and also an airbrush artist who is able to give its fan a clear sketch of what is in the store at the main launch which is proposed on march 21 2016 at MWC.
Amazon and HTC has bring up the series of same types of ads before the release of One M8 and along with a Fire Phone. Even though we are quite excited to watch the llama unboxing the smartphone.
As per the former leak, the smartphone is supposed to have an Exynos 8890 chipset and a smaller sensor camera and a big battery. As per the Tweakers, the price of Samsung Galaxy S7 will be EUR 699.99 which is around INR 53,000 while the Edge series will start with the price of INR 61,000 for their 32GGB models. The colors will mostly be Black, Gold, and White.

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