Samsung East Africa has officially launched the Galaxy S10 into the Kenyan Market. The Samsung trio, Galaxy S10e, S10 and S10+ which is engineered to meet the distinct needs of today’s smartphone market had earlier been opened for pre-orders for Kenyan customers from 21st of February.
Samsung Electronics East Africa Head of Mobile division Charles Kimari said that the device would offer consumers a new all-round experience with ground breaking innovations on the phone’s look and feel as well as the overall performance. He added that the devices will officially be on sale from the 12th of March and Pre-Order customers can pick their devices from then.
“We are very thrilled to introduce the new Samsung S10 to our customers in the Kenyan Market, which is a very exciting product,” said Mr Kimari. “It has been 10 years of pioneering smartphone innovations in our Galaxy S range that has enabled us to create a next level experience with the new S10 that sets a new standard for smartphones.”
The Phone is anchored on a decade-long S-series lineage, is a super charged device that sets the stage for the next generation of mobile experiences. The S10 series features an all new Infinity O Display with dynamic Super AMOLED and HDR 10+ technology that guarantees and immersive and true to life viewing experience.
With improvements in lens technology and artificial intelligence, the S10 range will also provide consumers with the ability to capture and shoot high quality images and video that can rival professional gear.
On the security front the S10 & S10+ feature the next generation of biometric security with an Ultrasonic fingerprint sensor embedded in the display. This will offer customers faster and more secure fingerprint access to their device with a single tap of their finger on the display.
The phone will be available in Prism White, Prism Black, and Prism Green. Galaxy S10+ will also be available in two, all-new premium Ceramic models: Ceramic Black and Ceramic White for the 512GB.
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