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Samsung Galaxy S IV to be launch in Ghana


Samsung Electronics West Africa has announced that the fourth generation Galaxy S, the Galaxy S IV, the future of smartphones, will be launch in Ghana in May, this year.

Sequel to its highly publicized, successful and outstanding official launch in New York last Thursday, the Samsung Galaxy S IV, world’s latest and smartest smartphone is making its way to Ghana shortly. The teeming population of Ghanaians who are eagerly waiting to lay hands on the Galaxy S IV will not have to wait for too long.

Understanding what matters most to us, the Samsung Galaxy S IV was developed to redefine the way we live and to maximize our fulfillment of life. The sleek and innovative smartphone makes every moment of life very meaningful; it understands the value of relationships, enabling true connections with friends and family. It believes in the importance of an effortless user experience, making life easy and hassle-free.

Talking about some unusual special feature of the smartphone, Jaspreet Singh, Business Leader, Samsung Hand-held products said: ‘Samsung Galaxy S IV has a special feature which enables you to control the screen. When you are watching a video, the video pauses when you look away then it starts right up again when you are back. ‘Samsung Smart Scroll’ allows you to scroll the browser or emails, up and down without touching the screen. It recognizes your face and the movement of your wrist and then scroll the pages up or down accordingly.’

The slim and flexible Galaxy S IV has the world’s first Full HD Super AMOLED display and a 5-inch large screen with 441ppi for stunning viewing quality. It also utilizes new Gorilla Glass 3, making it very durable. Equipped with a 13-megapixel rear camera, the Galaxy S IV also boasts a dual camera function that allows simultaneous use of both front and rear cameras.

Globally, Samsung is the market leader in mobile phones with over 400 million units sold in 2012. In the smartphone space as well, Samsung is the dominant leader with 32% market share. In Ghana, Samsung became the market leader in mobile phones in early part of 2012 whilst maintaining dominance in smartphones with over 80% market share. 

The Samsung Galaxy S IV will be launched in grand style in Ghana. When launched, the Samsung Galaxy S IV will revolutionalise the cellphone market in Ghana and deliver a user experience that is second or comparable to none.

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