Samsung has released a new video for its #DoWhatYouCant campaign featuring Olympian Tom Daley.
The short advert, entitled The Anthem, features footage of groups of people from around the world singing parts of other countries National Anthems. Olympic diver Tom Daley is one of the famous sports people to appear in the The Anthem and he’s seen singing part of the South African National Anthem while stood in a crowd of people in the Olympic Stadium in Rio.
Other sports stars to take part in the #DoWhatYouCant campaign include surfer Gabriel Medina, runner Alysia Montano, paralympian Arnaud Assoumani, beach volleyball players Linline Matauatu & Miller Pata and boxer Shelley Watts.
The advert was released to celebrate the Galaxy S7 edge and to mark the end of the Paralympic Games in Rio. Samsung, is a proud sponsor of Rio 2016, and they presented a series of videos highlighting the stories of Olympic athletes who show us what it means to defy limitations.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 edge is not just a new phone. It brings a new way of thinking about what a phone can do. The elegantly curved front and back fit in your palm just right. It’s as beautiful to look at as it is to use.
During the Olympics the Galaxy S7 edge Olympic Games Edition paid homage to those who make unreasonable progress. From the special black metal frame to the colours of the most frequently used apps, it wears the colours of the Olympic rings inside and out.
The five interlocking rings in blue, yellow, black, green and red on a white background stand for unity and harmony — the union of the five inhabited continents and the meeting of athletes at the Olympic Games. They’re values embodied by the Galaxy S7 edge Olympic Games Edition.
Take a look at the advert below: