The makers of Samsung phones, Samsung Electronics, have launched the first device with a 4G RAM in Nigeria. The device is the Samsung Note 5, the latest member of the Note family.
Managing Director, Samsung Electronics West Africa, Mr. Brovo Kim, said that “Smartphones have become so central to our lives; so has the demand for larger screens.”
According to him, the first galaxy Note was a breakthrough, not just for Samsung but for the entire industry saying that “Bigger screens have gone from nice-to-have to a must-have and the display once called a gimmick is now the norm. With the Note 5, our customers can achieve more with their devices, quickly write down ideas and notes at meetings or wherever inspiration strikes, video conferencing with colleagues or family delivering an immersive viewing experience.”
Director, Hand Held Products, Samsung Electronics West Africa Emmanouil Revmatas, said the company is aware that customers desire a big brilliant display but not a bulky device, causing them to choose between screen size and portability.
“At Samsung, we did not think that was a choice our customers had to make. With the Note 5, they have a big display in a slimmer package. The Note 5 is an intuitive and efficient device; it is the Galaxy re-defined, re-imagined and re-designed,” Revmatas stated.
The device was formally unveiled at a media launch, which took place in Lagos.