Samsung brings Galaxy Note 9 to Kenyan market

South Korean electronics giant Samsung has introduced the Galaxy Note 9 512GB model in Kenya, targeting customers who need to get work done on-the-go.

Samsung Electronics East Africa head of mobile division Charles Kimani on Wednesday said limited storage was one of the pain points identified by consumers, hence the option of a 512GB variant.

He said with an available storage of up-to 512GB, and a complementary Micro SD slot – customers could get a storage capacity of up-to 1TB.

“People want to be able to express their style and personality with the joy and peace of mind knowing there is enough room for favourite photos, videos and apps,” said Mr Kimani.

The latest model also comes with a 4,000mAh battery, for long-lasting power.

The model has a 10nm processor meant to enhance fast streaming and downloading, it also has a water carbon cooling system and on-device AI-based performance adjusting algorithm to deliver powerful and stable performance.

Furthermore, the firm conveyed that it will supply a limited number of units for an 8GB RAM device, available from Samsung Experience Stores and authorised dealers countrywide – at a retail price of Sh134,999 and will initially be available in black.

Source: African Strategic-Ventures (ASV) & Business Daily Africa.