By Tare Youdeowei
SAMSUNG Electronics West Africa has said that the turnout of users prer-registering for its flagship product, Galaxy Note Series, the Galaxy Note 8, in Nigeria is tremendous.
Prior to the flag-off of the pre-registration exercise in September, Samsung had promised that customers who pre-order will get a free fast charge battery pack and a free back cover upon purchase.
The Galaxy Note 8 was first unveiled at the company’s unpacked event in New York, USA, on August 23, 2017.
Coated in Corning Gorilla Glass 5.0, the Galaxy Note 8 has a 6.3-inch screen with Super AMOLED display, allowing for clearer videos and images with a resolution of 2,960 x 1440 (Quad HD). The device is also water and dust (IP68)-resistant. Users do not have to worry about getting the device damaged when accidentally dropped in water, as deep as 1.5 meters, for up to 30 minutes. The device stays with its users through rain or shine.
Paul Lee, Managing Director, Samsung Electronics West Africa, said that since the launch of the first Note, technology has rapidly evolved, making what was impossible six years ago now impossible to live without.
“The large immersive screen always sets the Note series apart, pushing the display boundary and giving Note lovers more space to do more. With an edge-to-edge display that covers nearly the entire front face of the device, the Note 8 has the largest screen ever on a Note device. With the cinematic sreen and Samsung’s cutting edge Quad HD Super AMOLED display, movies look crisp and clear, photos are brilliant and games are truly immersive,” Lee explained.
Built with 6GB RAM, a 10nm processor, and expandable memory (up to 256GB), the Galaxy Note 8 offers users more flexibility for browsing the internet, streaming videos, playing games, and multitasking.