The reviews are in. Samsung’s latest smartphone has captured the imagination of the world.
Ghanaians can now discover why. Packed with power and game-changing innovations, the Note9 is available in authorised dealer stores nationwide.
Eugene Nahm, MD for Samsung Ghana, says, “The Note9 has raised the bar for smartphones considerably. It has exceeded all expectations. Ghanaians are about to experience a level of performance and power they won’t be able to do without.”
The Galaxy Note9 is a revolutionary smartphone that delivers the ultimate in performance; a new S Pen with connectivity for the first time ever; and Samsung’s most intelligent camera yet.
These are just some of the features that will allow users to do so much more. An all day, longer lasting battery is just another reason why. You can now talk, message, play games and watch movies from morning to night. The Galaxy Note9 is bigger, better and so much stronger. For business or play, it’s a game changer.
The Galaxy Note9 includes the most advanced S Pen yet. The Bluetooth-enabled feature has taken it far beyond a note-taking or doodling extra. It now functions as a remote control that can activate your camera, skip songs on your playlist or change your presentation slides. The S Pen is a magic wand you can wave in the boardroom or to take that pixel-perfect selfie.
There’s every reason to smile. The Samsung Galaxy Note9 builds on Samsung’s industry-leading camera technologies with new capabilities that uses intelligence to identify elements of a photo, such as scene and subject, and adapt accordingly. It can even detect flaws in images to ensure you capture those precious moments exactly how you intended. The result is stunning, lifelike images with bold colours and dynamic definition.
You can also look forward to experiencing the largest edge-to-edge display ever on a Note. The 6.4-inch Super Amoled Infinity Display provides a truly immersive multimedia experience. The Samsung Galaxy Note9’s Infinity Display is complemented with stereo speakers, which are tuned by AKG, and have the ability to deliver Dolby Atmos® immersive sound for an audio adventure like no other.
For those who want the option of a PC-like experience, Samsung Dex is the answer. You can effortlessly connect to a monitor with an easy to carry HDMI adaptor, which means you instantly have a big screen, a full-size keyboard and a mouse. It is like having a second screen whenever you want one. Just connect your phone to an external display to use apps, review documents and watch videos on a PC-like interface.
The Samsung Galaxy Note9 is now available in authorised Samsung dealer stores nationwide. You can choose between Midnight Black, and Metallic Copper with matching S Pen, or Ocean Blue with a Yellow S Pen.
To celebrate the launch the first who purchase the Note9 will get a limited launch gift valued at GHs 500.00.
This welcome pack includes a wireless charger for convenient, fast charging during those heavy-use days; a tripod for S-Pen selfies on which you can effortlessly set up your device for your picture, while your S-Pen does the rest; and the ultra-convenient DeX HDMI cable. Packed with innovative features and additional gifts for its launch, the Note9 is a device you’ll definitely want to get your hands on.
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