Samsung's Galaxy Surfboard Offers Real-Time Updates

The best Galaxy yet.

By HB Team
Tech
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Samsung presents its latest Galaxy — and it isn’t a smartphone or tablet. Instead, Samsung has gone in an entirely different direction: it’s created an innovative connected surfboard. Simply dubbed the Galaxy Surfboard and created over the last 18 months or so, the project — created alongside Leo Burnett and Johnny Cabianca — offers a built-in LED screen and works via a connected Galaxy S7 to provide riders with real-time updates on the swells and weather.

Sadly, the Galaxy Surfboard is just a one-off concept for now, but you can see Brazilian surfer Gabriel Medina take it for a spin above.

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