4 new affordable Samsung smartphones hit Ghanaian market

4 new affordable Samsung smartphones hit Ghanaian market
Source: Ghana | Myjoyonline.com | GN
Date: 01-07-2018 Time: 05:07:32:pm
Samsung J6

Samsung Electronics has introduced four new premium smartphones at very affordable prices - Galaxy A6+, Galaxy J7 Duo, Galaxy J6 and Galaxy J4.

Some of the features on the devices include the infinity display screen which is normally found on Samsung flagship devices, facial recognition, and dual camera amongst others.

The infinity design on the Galaxy A6+ and J6 gives users nearly 15% more display area without increasing the overall size of the device. This sets the standard for an unparalleled viewing experience.

The new Galaxy A6 Plus

The new Galaxy A6 Plus

All four devices enjoy Samsung’s Super AMOLED display technology that produces deeper contrasts and delivers the most vivid viewing experience.

“Galaxy A6+, J7 Duo, J6 and J4 are built for today’s millennial. Enjoying the ultimate smartphone experience should be for everyone, not a select few and that is why we are excited about these new ranges of affordable premium smartphones. said Mr. Eugene Nahm, Managing Director, Samsung Ghana.

According to Mr. Eugene Nahm, the new mid-range devices also feature dual rear cameras that allow users to capture professional-grade bokeh images and express themselves in a unique manner.

Relating to hardware features, the Galaxy A6+ comes with a metal unibody and sleek design, it a features a 6-inch FHD+ infinity display screen. The J series smartphones come in with premium unibody with J6 spotting a 5.6-inch HD+ with infinity display

All four smartphones have sleek curves and an ergonomic design with elegant style and comfortable grip.

Running on Octa-core processors, these smartphones come in 2-4GB RAM with 32GB storage internal memory. It also boasts SD card memory slot that can add additional memory up to 256GB.

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