This isn't the first time a tech giant has taken over at least some portion of a nighttime talk show, and it also isn't the Tonight Show's first stab at sponsored segments. It's really just the logical extension of streaming's effect on TV advertising. When the audience can avoid most (if not all) commercial breaks, having a product dictate the very nature of the show may be the most effective way of reaching potential customers' eyeballs.
You'll also want to brace yourself for more not-so-subtle S10 ads. Samsung's deal will also put its smartphone into episodes of Today, Bravo's Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Telemundo's La Voz and E!'s Snapchat Discover Show The Rundown. Paucar hinted at a possible deal with ABC, too. It may be nigh-on impossible to escape Samsung's latest flagship if you're a regular TV viewer, at least in the short term.