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Over 100 Ghanaians pre-order Samsung Galaxy S5



By: Fred Yaw Sarpong

Information reaching Daily Express indicates that about 100 Ghanaians pre-ordered Samsung Galaxy S5 before it was officially introduce in Ghana on 11th April, 2014.
The pre-order offered Ghanaians the opportunity to own the latest device before it arrival in Ghana on 11st April, this year.
Sources at the Samsung Ghana office told Daily Express in Accra that most of the customers pre-ordered through their respective banks, while about 25% of the customers paid cash to secure the Samsung S5.
However, after the device was launch in Ghana, this paper has gathered that a lot Ghanaians are purchasing the latest device.
Harry Park, the new Samsung Ghana Managing Director has said that to the Galaxy S5 combines an advanced camera, the fast network connectivity, dedicated fitness tools and enhanced device protection features as consumers stay fit and connected in style.
He stated that Galaxy S5 offers the most advanced LTE experience and Wi-Fi performance available today, ensuring blazing fast data speeds for fastest media connection and productivity.
Daily Express gathered that the Galaxy S5 supports the fifth generation Wi-Fi 802.11ac and 2x2 MIMO, and supporting the large number of LTE frequency with LTE category 4 standard.
‘With the Galaxy S5, Samsung is going back to basics to focus on delivery the capabilities that matter most to our consumers,’ said Jaspreet Singh, Director at Mobile and IT at Samsung Ghana.
He stated that consumers are looking for mobile tools that inspire and support them as they improve their everyday lives.
‘The Galaxy S5 represents an iconic design with essential and useful features to focus on delivering the ultimate smartphone on the market today through people inspired innovation,’ said Singh.
The Galaxy S5 distinct features include a very stylish cover in black, white, gold and blue colours. The fitness and health app will help consumers keep track of their nutrition and fitness needs with a special heart rate monitor application. The 16 megapixel camera allows users to captures moments with such quality and easy. The S5 is also water and dust resistant assuring users of durability. Among these are the other features and functions that make Samsung phones great to own and use.



 





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