10 New Advertising Slogans For Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Smartphone

holdingitwrongIt turns out that Donald Trump’s election campaign isn’t the only thing prone to spontaneous combustion and self-destruction. Several days ago, Samsung announced worldwide recall of its latest Galaxy Note 7 smartphone following multiple reports of the phones catching fire and exploding, and stopped selling the model altogether. Personally, I think Samsung is handling this all wrong, and they could easily use all this free publicity they’re getting to make smartphones exciting again and to actually sell more Galaxy Notes 7. Here are 10 new marketing slogans Samsung could use for Galaxy Note 7.

1)  Galaxy Note 7: Get the biggest bang for your buck!

2)  The phone that can end your smartphone addiction in 1 second!

3)  Why wait a year to replace your phone with a newer model?

4)  Free fire extinguisher with every purchase!

5)  Samsung: 92% of our phones don’t explode!

6)  Samsung Galaxy Note 7: developed in partnership with Kindle Fire!

7)  The only smartphone that won’t ever get stolen!

8)  The US military’s weapon of choice against ISIS!

9) Comes with a 20 minute lifetime warranty!

10)  Prevents 80% of car accidents by making most drivers put away their phone!

Finally, if Galaxy Note 7 still doesn’t sell, Samsung can use the hype to build up anticipation for Samsung Galaxy Note 8, which will be the first smartphone to be waterproof and fireproof!

 

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38 Responses to 10 New Advertising Slogans For Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Smartphone

  1. Ankur Mithal says:

    The perfect gift for your…mother-in-law

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  2. ‘Sent from my iPhone’

    Ohhhh. Snap.

    I like how you tie in the Trump campaign. Very timely and correct. Did you know that, initially, the recall did not include China? It was a big stink. Like Chinese lives are expendable.

    #10 speaks to my inner curmudgeon. If they could get the 7 to intentionally explode when it’s used behind the wheel we’d be solving one of society’s biggest problems.

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  3. Dr. Rex says:

    Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    …. spontaneous combustion & self-destruction!! Samsung … Ooopps l!

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  4. Jim Wheeler says:

    The rumor is going around that the Note 7 is going to be the hot gift this Christmas.

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  5. EagleAye says:

    As a smoker, I’m happy to know I’ll always have a backup lighter. 😉 Frickin’ hilarious dude. I think #6 is my fave since I own a kindle a fire.

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  6. Now THIS is why I’ve held off on getting a smart phone. Spontaneous combustion. You just never know.

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  7. Elyse says:

    My husband used to work for Samsung. Our house is filled with their stuff. Please don’t tell my insurance company.

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    • List of X says:

      Then I guess you should be aware that airlines are officially banning Samsung Galaxy Note 7 from all flights, and since they apparently can’t tell the difference between different Samsung models (so much for “newer and better models”), they might be banning all Samsung phones from airplanes.

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  8. Well, I usually support your dry wit… but making fun of people who have their privates blown off, horribly mangled, or just slightly singed is not good form, old bean!

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  9. Tippy Gnu says:

    Maybe Samsung can take all the phones that have been returned, and sell them this winter as pocket warmers.

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  10. Ned's Blog says:

    “Why let money burn a hole in your pocket when Samsung can do it for you!”

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  11. rossmurray1 says:

    Where’s the extinguisher app?

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  12. Steve Ruis says:

    Aw, c’mon, I think you are being too hard on Samsung. Their latest phone is simply the ultimate result of 60 years of planned obsolescence by our manufacturing industries. They just shouldn’t have extended their guarantee so far; 1-2 days would have been more effective for repeat sales.

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  13. Another blog worth considering as a sequel: 10 New Uses For a Smartphone!

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  14. The Hook says:

    How about, “Fire Bad But This Phone Good!”?

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  16. Jocelyn says:

    Awesome thinking! 🙂

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