Featured Sponsor: David Beckham Kicks Balls & Plays Notes for Samsung

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From time to time we may highlight a sponsor that has helped support our site and has something interesting to share – you won’t be seeing it very often, but we thought this was worth highlighting. Following another epic trip to Los Angeles for E3 2012, the Game Rant team is hard at work pumping out hands-on preview and demo impression content for some of the hottest upcoming games and peripherals including Assassin’s Creed 3, Watch Dogs, Halo 4, Gears of War: Judgment, The Last of Us, and God of War: Ascension – not to mention Nintendo’s “next generation” console, the Wii U.

Console games remain one of the largest generators of entertainment industry profits every year – with a number of game franchises (such as Call of Dutybreaking sales records year after year. However, if one thing was apparent at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo, it’s that mobile gaming is becoming an increasingly reputable player in the games industry – providing players the opportunity to enjoy a variety of experiences from mainstream and indie developers alike, all at budget friendly price points (and in the palm of their hands).

In a market where numerous handhelds are vying for the attention of gamers (and phone buyers in general), Samsung has been hard at work marketing their own smart phone offerings, specifically the Samsung Galaxy Note – even recruiting one of the world’s most notable sports icons (and FIFA 12 all-star), David Beckham, to raise awareness for the device (as well as give Ludwig van Beethoven a run for his money):

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xn8jkyu88bw

The video was filmed to promote the Samsung Galaxy Note, which is a stand out in the Android universe, with ultra-high-quality video, a simplified user interface, and the revolutionary S-Pen that allows users to write directly on the 5.3″ screen (a definite bonus for any Draw Something players).

As many gamers know the Samsung Galaxy Note is home to many fan favorite handheld games such as Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja – as well as a growing library of titles on the Android marketplace.

For more information on the Samsung Galaxy Note over at Samsung’s mobile site.

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tags: Mobile