Technology

April 17, 2024

Samsung’s new mid-range smartphones to allow Nigerians experience 5G capabilities

By Juliet Umeh

Nigerians seeking affordable 5G-support phones can now fall back to Samsung’s new Galaxy A series.

This is because the device manufacturer has launched two new additions to its Galaxy A series, Galaxy A55 5G and Galaxy A35 5G smartphones.

Samsung noted that both devices are designed to bring the power of 5G connectivity.

With the 5G connectivity, users can experience fast download and streaming speeds, seamless video calls, gaming, and media consumption on the go.

Business Manager, Mobile Division, Samsung Electronics West Africa, Nathan Lee, while speaking during the launch described the Galaxy A55 5G as a smartphone packed with advanced features.

Lee said: “The device boasts a vibrant 6.6-inch Super AMOLED display with a high refresh rate, delivering stunning visuals and smooth scrolling.

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“Powered by an efficient octa-core processor, the device ensures smooth multitasking and gaming performance. With continuous enhancements to the Galaxy A series, we are ensuring that more people across Nigeria can access our transformative innovations,” Lee added.

He explained that Galaxy A55 5G excels with its quad-camera setup, featuring a high-resolution main sensor, an ultra-wide lens for capturing expansive landscapes, a macro lens for detailed close-up shots, and a depth sensor for stunning portrait mode effects.

Also speaking, Head, Product Management, Samsung West Africa, Stephen Okwara said: “Whether users are capturing everyday moments or creative photos, this smartphone delivers impressive results.