Just a month after Samsung revealed its newest devices at the IFA Berlin 2014 showcase the technology giant has unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in Cape Town, South Africa, paving the way for its entry into the Kenyan market.
Samsung, which excited the market with the announcement of two more wearable devices to add to its Galaxy gear range, will also be unveilling the Galaxy Gear S and Gear Circle, further cementing its position as a global leader in wearable device technology.
While making the announcement, Samsung Electronics East and Central Africa Vice President and COO Robert Ngeru, said the rapid entry of the devices into the sub-Saharan region signaled the growing importance of Africa in the global market place, as more and more consumers recognise the importance of technology in their lifestyles.
“The Galaxy Note series signals extraordinary innovation within the technology industry. Its larger screen size and iconic S Pen technology launched a new standard in smartphone culture,” said Mr. Ngeru.
“In response to the interest we have seen among our target audience, we have launched a special pre-order offer allowing interested consumers to order their devices in advance and have the exclusive opportunity to be the first few to own the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Gear S and Gear Circle in Kenya,” said Mr. Ngeru.
Customers can experience the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Gear S and Gear Circle and place their pre-orders at the following brand shops and outlets at The Junction Mall, Galleria Mall, Capital Centre Mall, Thika Road Mall, Village Market, Safaricom Shop Sarit Centre, Safaricom Shop I&M Bank House, Panna Music Brandshop in Eldoret and Shankar Brandshop in Nyali, Mombasa.
The new Galaxy Note 4 blends an evolved S Pen with a superior viewing experience similar to the recently launched Galaxy Tab S, promising users a powerful, unmatched mobile experience.
The Galaxy Note 4 will be available in Charcoal Black, Frost White, Bronze Gold, and Blossom Pink in Samsung Brand shops and retail partners countrywide.