Samsung 'Teaser' Ad Which Says And Shows Nothing Has Been Seen Nearly 400,000 Times In 3 Days

Samsung 'Teaser' Ad Which Says And Shows Nothing Has Been Seen Nearly 400,000 Times In 3 Days

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This is how crazy people are about new product news from Samsung right now: A "teaser" video the company released on Dec. 9 (see below), which says absolutely NOTHING, has already been viewed nearly 400,000 times. Since the company launched the big, flat Galaxy S III phone as a spoiler...
Samsung 'Teaser' Ad Which Says And Shows Nothing Has Been Seen Nearly 400,000 Times In 3 Days
                                     

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