It's nice to know with just 6 days left to launch, AT&T is starting to rev up the PR engines. In a just released a new "Mobile Minute" video, part of their continuing series, This time, AT&T focuses on the new LG Quantum which features that handsome sliding keyboard.
Nothing we don't already know is revealed in the video, so hardly a must-see. But if you're in the market for the Quantum, then you'll want to tease yourself. Indeed, that keyboard is quite awesome to type on. Full video after the break!
Bonus: HTC Surround video too.
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Actually does a much better job of showing off the features of WP7 than the current adverts do. Hope he got a cut of that $400 million ad budget...:)
It does, but it'd make a lousy TV commercial ;-) Not engaging. I agree that they do need a more "features focused" ad campaign, but I think that will happen soon enough.
Where are the ATT ads that are the equivalent of Verizon's Droid ads? Those really put Android on the map, to the extent that most non-tech savvy people refer to all Android phones as "Droids". I hope ATT has more to offer as the "premiere partner". I only watch ad-supported network programming on Hulu and I have yet to see any WP7 commercials...
kind of matter of fact decent commercial but have more wow factor, could have a little more depth not as catchy as the ms commercials but lots better than the vzn pre and palm pre commecials. get a little more pep and somebody who seems more excited and less "well okay here it is"
Can someone on at&t please advise, I think I will buy a Focus for use on T-Mobile (no more shitty HTC devices for me) but wonder how quickly they would sim-unlock it, if there's a fee, etc. I plan to buy it outright, will they still require a data plan? Thanks.
GOD these mobile minutes SUCK (With the volume turned down this dude almost sounds like Professor Hawk! HAHA). Where are the young sexy people showing off the features of Wp7. Or Big Hollywood production level commercials. I mean build up the hype don't wait til the weekend before launch to pull out the big guns. When the droid X were release almost every hulu commercial said "DROID", it irritated the hell out of me. I want to see Wp7 on all big news sites and alot of it on TV to the point were my none tech friend are saying "Hey you seen that cool windows phone commercial?" I know they are coming though......
the vids are pretty impressive.. it will be a great promotion Virility Ex
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