So you think the Galaxy Note is just way too big, right? Well, the mini tablet/phone seems to have captured the heart of an elephant, Peter, and the video below is definitely worth a watch.
We know what you’re thinking. That the video is fake and there’s some sort of prosthetic and man-made elephant trunk doing all of this but you’d be mistaken. On top of the edited video below, there are a few more videos to show that this is indeed quite real.
The story necessarily isn’t about the Galaxy Note but the elephant, obviously. Still, if you’re completely out of the loop, the Galaxy Note rocks a 5.3 inch Super AMOLED HD display (1280 x 800), 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 8 megapixel rear camera, 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera, and that nifty S-Pen that has a handful (and growing) of optimized applications for it. It’s a big phone, for sure, but those who like it, love it. Those who don’t, well, you get the picture. Back to the elephant.
The video shows the elephant using with the touchscreen, swiping through photos, playing with some apps, taking a picture, and even using that S-Pen so many people think is useless. Well, that may be true but this elephant below would have sold me on the Note from day one, and if I wasn’t rocking a Galaxy Nexus right now, I’d probably have one. Yep, I’m that easy. If only Samsung put this up as its Super Bowl ad, I’d be more impressed than what it came out it.
While this isn’t the first time we’ve seen animals play with touchscreen devices before, it’s certainly a nice pair. Big phone, big animal. It just makes all sorts of sense that we never knew could exist. With the largest brain of any mammal and one of the best memories in the animal kingdom, Peter the elephant likely won’t forget this Galaxy Note experience. And with a little practice, I’m sure he’d kick my ass in Draw Something.
Check out the videos below!