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Samsung Ghana to unveil Galaxy Grand 2



By: Fred Yaw Sarpong

Samsung’s latest premium device, the Galaxy Grand 2, dubbed ‘Larger than Life’, is set to be unveiled in Ghana this month and it is expected to provide Smartphone lovers the opportunity to use a premium device at an affordable pricing.

This device which offers a premium Smartphone experience for users has a uniquely hand crafted leather-like back and a 5.25-inch screen with 16:9 HD ratio.

These features take the Samsung Multi Window feature to the next level by maximizing the benefits of the device's large screen, enabling users to simultaneously run one application in two windows.

As a complete business companion; the Galaxy Grand 2 comes with dual SIM support, this allows you to separate work from personal matters no matter where you are. The large screen also offers a great viewing experience when accessing business documents.

It also has a 3G internet connectivity which allows fast internet browsing as well as using social media apps like ChatOn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and WhatsApp and among others.

According to Jaspreet Singh, Business Leader for Handheld Products at Samsung Ghana, Samsung’s unique Smart Eco System allows everyone to own this new device with flexible consumer finance options through their partnership with top financial institutions like Standard Chartered Bank and Ecobank and pay over a period.

He also noted that the new Galaxy Grand 2 comes with a free 2.5GB internet data every month for 3 months from MTN and an unprecedented 24-month warranty on the phone through their convenient and easy-to-access E-warranty platform.

The Galaxy Grand 2, which is the successor to Samsung's popular Galaxy Grand, is powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor. It runs on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS. The phone has 1.5GB of RAM, an internal memory of 8GB, and also supports external memory capacity of up to 64GB.

The Smartphone has an 8 megapixel rear camera with an LED flash and a 1.9 megapixel front camera. The dual-SIM mobile phone is packed with a 2,600mAh battery which can to offer up to 10 hours of playback and 17 hours of calls.

The Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 is available in White and Black colours.


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