Motorola Asks ‘What Does Material Abundance Mean To You’?

Motorola Asks ‘What Does Material Abundance Mean To You’?
technology

Can brands meaningfully engage in the philosophical arena? A new ad campaign from the mobile giants attempts to find out.

Plus Aziz
  • 11 november 2011

Motorola Photon’s 3-minute video pitches their latest 4G Android device with a powerful philosophical perspective on materialism that asks us to figure out what, in a post-recession context, material possessions mean to us. The video starts: “Mankind constantly has problems. It gets to a point where if you don’t have those problems you lose motivation to go on.”

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