Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by BenChase7, Jun 1, 2012.
First EVO LTE commercial?
EVO Live :30 - YouTube
Basically the same, but here's the extended version:
EVO Live :60 - YouTube
Wow...I can't believe Sprint actually put money into a decent promo...even if it is a complete knock-off from some viral videos that have been posted on Youtube with kids making music from their iPhones.
Yea, They did alright with this one! I think its a pretty well done commercial. (otherwise, I wouldnt have posted it. lol!)
Eh .... Hehe
Yeah they spent some money, but yeah looks like another a commercial from another carrier.. But more subdued.
Well I would never have guess over 7 MILLION folks with EVOs..
Anyone know the program that's being used in this commercial??
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Just in case the video didnt show......
EVO Live :60 - YouTube
how do you post videos in your post...lol
I just saw this commercial during the NBA West Finals. I was glad to see it!
I have no idea what program that was. It appeared to be several musical programs used in that commercial.
What are the apps being used? Looked like a midi app, and a music editor.
Watched the game, too. And, I saw it as well. Identical to the EVO Live :30 video above.
They really should advertise more.... People don't know what thier missing...
well since the phone was officially released saturday 2 june 2012, i think now is the right time to start promoting.
the fact that they were able to get any commercial on air just shows that these commercials were in the can a long time ago. they were just sitting in the server waiting to be shown...
There are, I'm sure, other very good smart phones out there. I'm not even going to say that Apple's iPhone is a piece of crap; it's not. However, it's no EVO LTE. IMHO, the EVO LTE blows away the iPhone 4S. I haven't even scratched the surface on what my EVO LTE can do, and I may not ever do that (and that's fine). Despite this, it just is a better phone than the iPhone, the Nexus, the Galaxy S3, or anything else out there right now. Hands down, if you ask me.
And to think LTE isn't even up and running in my part of the galaxy.
I just wish Sprint would advertise and hype the hell out of this, because if you ask me, people don't know what they're missing. Even my brother and sister, both of whom are upgrade eligible from their current EVO OGs within the next 2 months, have been duped into thinking the EVO LTE is not that big of an improvement. I've been trying to tell them it's simply awesome in every way.
For me, this is without a doubt the best cell phone I've ever owned, and that goes all the way back to the 1980s, when they were big, unportable, LED monsters.
I saw the commercial for the first time last night during TNT's basketball game
EVO Live :60 - YouTube
I saw it as well. I was definitely impressed it. I thought it was better than the S3 commercial.
They need commercials that really tout the phone's popular features/specs and the things that make it so appealing.
Hip commercials that show people playing musical tricks with a phone aren't going to win as many buyers.
Well, they did mention the continuous shot camera and fast processor...
That's because people would prefer to be dazzled by stupid musical pieces and not common, more frequently used camera features.
RD3/HD, spc and some type of metronome app. Not sure about anyt
While this isn't really news, since the video says it was uploaded 3 weeks ago, I've been seeing it on TV more and more.
It is an updated version of the Evo 4G LTE 60 second spot with the group of people playing their phones like instruments, now featuring the white Evo 4G LTE.
EVO Live (In White) :60 - YouTube
The first time I caught a glance of the commercial part way through, when they were showing just the white face, and I was thinking what new phone is that!? A second or three later it became clear.
It kind of bugs me they don't have a little variety in the commercials for this phone - I think I've just seen a couple variations of that one. Would be nice to see more actual use of the phone as a phone or web device. How many people actually use their $200 phone to play instruments in a phone band?
I for one am glad they actually went outside of the box and did something slightly creative this go round. Much better than the T-Mobile "concert" ad that is all over the airwaves right now.