The samsung galaxy S8 smartphone is two weeks away from its official release, but that's not stopping Samsung from releasing advertisements to get fans excited. Android fans are waiting impatiently to get their hands on the new device, a handset dubbed by some as the most stunning smartphone ever made.

Both the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8+ were announced just a few weeks ago and already folks are getting excited for what could turn out to be the greatest Android smartphone in years.

The new design Samsung went with along with all the overall improvements to the hardware, surprised many who were expecting less.

Samsung knows the excitement is strong, and as such, one can understand why the company decided to release advertisements so early before the official Release Date.

First TV commercial focuses on both devices

As expected, the commercial puts a lot of emphasis on the S8 and S8+. It begins with an image of an old smartphone design, one that looks similar to the Apple iPhone, and then out of nowhere the device pops up on the screen by breaking out of the old design.

The animation is not the best here, a bit on the amateur side. However, it's the message Samsung is trying to get through to viewers that matters more in this context. It's quite simple: get rid of your old phone with its dated design, and jump over to something new and engaging.

The awkwardness of the animation shouldn't be a problem for this smartphone because, with its awesome design and spectacular features, it practically sells itself.

Official availability of the S8

For those who are wondering when the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ will hit retailer shelves, well, April 21, 2016, is the official date.

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Bear in mind that several retailers including Samsung have the Galaxy S8 on pre-order at different prices. Furthermore, each pre-order ships with a video game controller and Gear VR headset for all the Virtual Reality fans out there.

Other big retailers such as Best Buy and Sam's Club have their own deals to get Galaxy fans excited.

What about the price?

Pricing is everything, right? That's correct, but don't go in expecting the Samsung Galaxy devices to cost sweets. Folks with $830 to spare can definitely go out and pick up one of these Android smartphones.

Here's the video in its entirety.