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Samsung Builds Rainbow Over London Out Of Tablets, For Some Reason

20/08/2014 10:44 BST | Updated 20/08/2014 10:59 BST

Samsung's new tablets have indisputably awesome screens and now they've been put to the best effect possible - building a giant rainbow above London, for some reason.

The South Korean tech giant build a massive archway made of 150 Tab S tablets over Observation Point on London's Southbank.

The rainbow - which is 14 feet high and 26 feet wide - was used to create these pretty awesome pictures, below.

And we have to admit, the Super AMOLED screens on these things really make the image pop.

Here's the PR-y quote from Samsung UK president Andy Griffiths for context:

"In much the same way that people can never fully appreciate the intense colours you get with a rainbow because they only see it when there is some kind of light either from the sun or the moon, likewise they also may not appreciate the difference that a great screen can make to the overall entertainment experience when they are watching a movie."

The 8.4-inch Wi-Fi Tab S is out now for £319.00, and the 10.5-inch Wi-Fi version is out for £399.00.