Samsung just released a teaser video for their upcoming Super Bowl XLVI ad. This is the company’s first Super Bowl ad, so they decided to go all out with a 90 second spot, one of the longest of the big game. Samsung previously announced that the Bobby Farrelly, known for directing famous comedy films There’s Something About Mary, Dumb and Dumber and Kingpin, would produce the ad and it would run during the 4th quarter.
As you can see from the clip below, the ad will continue Samsung’s The Next Big Thing campaign that pokes fun at Apple fans waiting in line for the iPhone 4S. We already know that Samsung will use the spot to promote the AT&T Galaxy Note, which goes on pre-order February 5th. Based on the comments from our previous article, it looks like people are stoked about the ad but they are still unsure about their feelings for the Galaxy Note.
Make sure to tune in Sunday at 6:30 PM to catch the big game and then come back to let us know what you think. For those of who can’t find the game on a local affiliate, it will also be streamed live on NBC.com. Samsung is also encouraging their fans to visit their Facebook page and vote the add as one of their favorites for the Super Bowl.
Any guesses what happens next?