Samsung Galaxy Note 9 arrives in Nigeria
Samsung Note 9 has arrived Nigerian soil in a launch event in Lagos. The device dubbed ” Game Changer” is already known for its S-pen exceptional feature.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 as we already informed you was launched first in Shanghai, China. During the launch in Lagos, Nigeria, Samsung Electronics West Africa Chief Executive, Jingak Chung, said the Note 9 had
“raised the bar for smartphones considerably”.
No arguments there, Note 9’s latest S-pen is cutting edges. It serves as a remote control device for the phablet at low energy with bluetooth connectivity. Galaxy Note 9 also is a potential external storage device with 512Gb storage capacity. 😲.
In addition, Jingak Chung made mention that
“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 users can now talk, message, play games and watch movies for as long as they desire.
“The Galaxy Note9 is bigger, better and so much stronger. For business or play, it’s a game changer,”
Core Features of Galaxy Note 9
- Android 8.1 (Oreo)
- 8Mp Front Camera
- 12Mp Rear Camera
- 4000mAh Battery Capacity
- 6.4 inches super Amoled display.
- Front and back Gorilla glass 5 with aluminum frame.
- 512GB/8GB, 128GB/6GB internal storage/RAM
- 2.8Ghz Max Octa-core Snapdragon 845 CPU.
Galaxy Note 9 costs N318,900. Prices are bound to vary.