By Stephen Schenck | June 3, 2011 3:39 AM
LG’s Optimus Black has a lot of things going for it: it’s super-slim, light as a feather, and has one heck of a bright screen thanks to LG’s NOVA display technology. It’s pretty easy for us to appreciate its specs, but when you’re comparing smartphone vs. smartphone and talking about measurements differing by tenths of millimeters, that analysis can get pretty dry, pretty fast, for the layman. Early last month, LG released a teaser video for the Optimus Black that ran into just that kind of problem. Clearly it’s learned a little since then (or just hired a better ad agency), and has now released a lighthearted stop-motion-animated video that attempts to demonstrate the smartphone’s advantages over its peers.
LG’s done a cute job at coming up with alter-egos for the Black’s competitors: the Apple iPhone 4 is the Waffles Ivan, Samsung’s Galaxy S II is the Samson Gary S Jr., Sony Ericsson’s Xperia Arc is the Sonic Archie, and the HTC
Desire HD HD2? is likely the Hightech Dwayne. Check out how they all do in the clip below.
Source: LG (YouTube)
Via: Android Central