The Galaxy S22 Ultra is a Note with a different moniker, but the device’s most distinctive feature is the five circular camera cutouts on the rear. Samsung has taken full advantage of the fact that the design reminds one of a spider in a new commercial.
This new Galaxy S22 Ultra ad, which was released in Germany, features a tarantula as a pet spider who spots a Galaxy S22 Ultra billboard being put up across the street, and the spider is enthralled by the billboard until it is pulled down. The happy conclusion, however, is that the Galaxy S22 Ultra is eventually returned to the owner. “Love knows no bounds,” says the ad’s tagline, which can be translated as “Love knows no bounds.”
The spider’s design is extremely similar to that of Lucas the Spider, a popular children’s cartoon, and it’s a sweet ad all the way through.
The fact that Samsung has chosen to embrace this part of the phone’s design, especially in this fashion, is startling. The Galaxy S22 Ultra ad is certain to arouse arachnophobia, and the camera module itself has the potential to arouse trypophobia, which is a dread of tightly packed holes or protrusions in a repeated pattern.