We know the Samsung Galaxy Note is huge. And apparently, it's a nice fit for an elephant, as seen in this viral video.
The Viral Factory was commissioned by Samsung to produce this video, and the results are real according to the studio. In the video description, it's stated that the footage "is all real, no film trickery, post-production or hidden cuts -- he's just a very clever elephant."
So what exactly did Peter the Elephant do with the Galaxy Note? Simple actions, such as tapping on the 5.3-inch to play musical notes with a piano app were shown. Later in the video, you'll see the elephant attempting to draw a simple picture with the included stylus which looks like a tiny toothpick in its trunk. The cheeky elephant even take a self-portrait with the female lead in the video, through the Galaxy Note.
Besides the edited video, you can also spot two outtakes that show unedited footage of Peter playing a piano and drum app on the Galaxy Note.
Smart as he may be in using the Galaxy Note, a musical genius Peter is not. Thankfully, Peter did not mistake images of apples as the real thing and tried to gobble it up. We can't say the same for a similar video with an african bullfrog that went overboard and nibbled on a human finger.