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    Samsung’s new ad shows Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard preparing for the holidays with all their Samsung devices

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    Last updated: March 19th, 2024 at 09:43 UTC+01:00

    We are all gearing up for the holidays, and so are Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard. Samsung has released a new video advertisement which shows them preparing for the holidays with the help of all those Samsung devices in their home. The video shows them waking up to an alarm from the Galaxy Note Edge with a curved edge Super AMOLED screen. Dax Shepard then decorates their home and attends to a call from Kristen Bell using the Tizen-based SIM-equipped Gear S and then they do a video call using the Galaxy Tab S. The video even showcases the IR Blaster equipped Galaxy S5 being used to turn on the curved UHD TV from Samsung. The advertisement is funny, and does a really great job of showcasing all the top notch products from Samsung released this year.

    If you are thinking to buy Samsung products for this holiday season or gift them to your loved ones, please check out our in-depth reviews of the Galaxy S5, the Galaxy Note 4, the Gear 2, the Gear Fit, and the Galaxy Tab S tablets.

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