Nigeria: a Samsung market of Note

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Samsung Electronics West Africa (SEWA) has claimed sales of 50 million Galaxy Note devices in the last two years; with Nigeria its biggest market.

The Galaxy Note 4
The Galaxy Note 4

Making reference to the robustness of the Nigerian market, which it described as been very large and enterprising in Africa, SEWA noted that it wants to remain the dominant player in the country’s mobile industry.

Meanwhile, the firm has launched the latest addition to its Galaxy Note family, the Note 4 in Nigeria. The phone Blends an advanced S Pen with superior viewing experience and provides users with a unique and powerful mobile experience.

According to the Managing Director of Samsung Electronics West Africa, Brovo Kim, the new Galaxy Note 4 introduces the most refined Note experience to-date by combining the latest technology that users expect from Samsung’s Galaxy series.

“In 2011, we introduced the original Galaxy Note and launched a whole new smart device category. Its larger screen size and iconic S Pen technology initiated a new standard in smartphone culture. The undeniable success of the category strengthened our conviction that consumers want higher quality features on their devices and they want those new features to positively impact their quality of life. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is a powerful, original approach that enables its users to tell the stories of their lives through dynamic and seamless expressions of their passions across work, play and life experiences,” he said.

The Galaxy Note 4 parades an advanced camera system that generates brighter and clearer images. The device’s 16-megapixel rear-facing camera features a Smart Optical Image Stabilizer that counter-balances camera shake and automatically extends exposure time in poor lighting conditions. In addition, its 3.7-megapixel front-facing camera offers users a default 90-degree shooting angle and up to 120 degrees wide angle to enable users take better selfies and wefies with friends.

A new Snap Note (Photo Note) feature enables the conversion of images into editable format within the Galaxy Note 4’s S Note application. Users can rearrange or edit text and objects in photographs as well as convert hand-written notes to editable images with this feature.

Director of Information Technology and Mobile for Samsung Electronics West Africa, Emmanouil Revmatas, who disclosed that about 50 million Galaxy Note devices have been sold globally between last year and now, described the Galaxy Note 4 as a testament to Samsung’s leadership and innovation in the smartphone market and its commitment to developing best-in-class products to meet the ever-changing needs of its consumers.

“A major complaint by users of smart mobile devices is that their device’s battery doesn’t charge fast enough, even after extended charging periods. With the Samsung Galaxy Note 4’s Adaptive Fast Charging technology, users can get their battery charge up from zero to 50 per capacity in just 30 minutes. Its ultra power saving mode also lets users make the most of their battery power, helping them stay connected for longer periods. Today, we are excited to present Nigerians with the world’s most powerful mobile device,” he said.