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Samsung Ghana introduces 2 affordable smartphones



By: Fred Yaw Sarpong

Samsung Ghana has introduced 2 new affordable Smartphones to the Ghanaian market. The new phones -Galaxy Ace 3 and the Galaxy Core 2 are aimed at giving every Ghanaian the opportunity to enjoy a premium Smartphone experience.

Business leader for handheld products at Samsung Ghana, Mr. Jaspreet Singh, said that the new devices come at competitive market prices and they hope to give everyone the opportunity to use an Android Smartphone.

He further added that to address the ever demanding life of consumers now, the new phones which have Dual SIM capabilities allows consumers conveniently maintain two different lines on the same phone.

He also mentioned that to offer better value to customers, the Galaxy Ace 3 comes with a free 65 minutes talk time and a free 200MB data every month for 12 months, while the Galaxy Core comes with 600MB data every month for 3 months through their partnership with MTN. ‘Every purchase of either phone gets the customer a free stylish watch from Samsung,’ he added.

Both devices offer users a superior Smartphone experience with a large screen, 4.0” for Galaxy Ace 3 & 4.3” Galaxy Core, and an Android 4.1 Jellybean OS for fast and smooth access to Apps and content. 2 The 1.2 GHz CPU offers advanced computing power for seamless multi-tasking, fast page loading and softer UI transitions.

The Galaxy Ace 3 and Core with their bigger screens deliver a great social media experience and fast connectivity which allows consumers to enjoy clear vivid images when watching videos on YouTube or playing Games. The new Galaxy Ace 3 and Core 2 come with 8GB and 4GB memories respectively.

Samsung offers 24 months warranty and peace of mind from a genuine phone through Samsung e-warranty to register.

Samsung Electronics Company Limited is a global leader in technology, opening new possibilities for people everywhere. Through relentless innovation and discovery, the is transforming the worlds of televisions, smartphones, personal computers, printers, cameras, home appliances, LTE systems, medical devices, semiconductors and LED solutions.

It employs 236,000 people across 79 countries with annual sales of US$187.8 billion. 

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