Here is Samsung's First TV Spot for the Galaxy Note 7

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With pre-orders going up this week and availability beginning August 19, you can expect to start seeing the Galaxy Note 7 on your TV very soon. Posted onto Samsung’s channel on YouTube, this is the first commercial you will watch. 

The commercial attempts to cover as much as it can in 30 seconds, including the iris scanning, water resistance, expandable storage, S Pen, and so much more.

Watch it. Enjoy it. Love it.

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