Samsung, a former household name in Nigeria’s mobile market has come again to the highly sought after market and the home of about 170 million people, perhaps to claim their former position which…
may have been long lost to Nokia.
Samsung since recently has come to satisfy Nigerians who are first class mobile users but could not afford the highly popular but scarce iPhones by filling the market no more with R220s but this time with Android OS powered devices also known as Samsung Galaxy Phones.
Samsung recently unveiled to Nigeria the new Galaxy Note II after successfully introducing it to Africans at Cape Town, South Africa in October 2012, Mymobnet.com gathered.
According to the Managing Director of Samsung Electronics West Africa, Mr. Bravo Kim and quoted by Daily Sun 26 November,
The Galaxy Note II is taking over the fame of its predecessor, the Galaxy Note, which opened a new category of smart mobile devices last year. A great number of innovations were injected into the product towards delivering new value to enhance the lives of our consumers and also provide them with the ultimate communication experience.
The Galaxy Note II is loaded with:
Android OS Jelly Bean
1.6 GHz quad-core processor
4 G LTE connectivity
5.5 inch HD super AMOLED display
8 Megapixel rear-facing camera
1.9 Megapixel front-facing camera
It also boast of a longer battery life and thinner feel than its predecessor among other features.
Tell us if you have any hardware or soft ware problem while using the phone. Mymobnet.com
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