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Samsung Galaxy S5 preview take place next week



By: Fred Yaw Sarpong

The latest and higher standard smartphone from Samsung Electronics, Galaxy S5 will officially be preview in Ghana for the general public to have the opportunity to see the quality of the phone.
The preview of the Samsung’s new flagship device will be done at two exclusive locations. These are Accra Mall and Icon House in the same building as the new Stanbic Bank at Airport City on the 28th March, 2014.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 which is the latest of the Galaxy S series has been designed to improve and make everyday life simpler, more enjoyable and exciting.
With features such as the all improved camera, fitness gear fit, a brand new look to compliment your style as well as newly improved versions of all other Samsung features a customer loved in previous editions, the Galaxy S5 is said to take customers powers to the next level and to maximize their potential.
The preview will afford Ghanaians the opportunity to have a live experience of the glamorous Samsung device which will be arriving in Ghana in April and have first hand feel of the Smartphone which is designed to for what matters to you.
Ahead of its arrival, Samsung Ghana will also be giving consumers the exclusive opportunity to own this amazing device by pre ordering online at www.samsunggh.com/galaxys5.
To add to that, customers who pre-order will be receiving some exciting gifts to accompany the Galaxy S5, which is here to make everyday life more meaningful.



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