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Tech+2015: Multi-screen drives Samsung vision

The multi-screen has become an indispensable technological application in the life of   Nigerians and the world at large, ITRealms reports.

In the multi-screen world, learning, commerce, business,  entertainment, medicine are digitized, companies are connected  and secured end-to-end through modern devices including Samsung smart devices which are  key drivers of these very robust technological innovations in the country.

The Director, Enterprise Business, Samsung West Africa, Charles Ojei, ITRealms reports, spoke on the second day of the just ended 2015 Tech+ Conference and Exhibition at Eko Hotel & Suites, Lagos, saying that about 90 per cent of modern day interaction is screen-based and an approximately 4.4 hours are spent on screen daily by people, saying that Samsung Nigeria is a key player in the multi-screen ecosystem.

He stated that in retail merchandizing, which is driven by technology, consumers enjoy colours, visuals, and online interactions using ICT screens, saying that through screens one can access his food and choice products online shopping, ITRealms was informed.

He said emerging technologies are not just around you but on you, saying that multi-screen applications whether computers, tablets, or smart phones are driven by content, and can move from one device to the other. He stated that multi-screen gives you a sense of fulfillment.

He introduced the Samsung Virtual Reality which he said is a head goggle which when connected to the Samsung galaxy 6 either the D.O or the edge gives you access to content, informing ITRealms that the Viral helps people about 4000 kilometres apart to come together through  its visual, audio mobile applications.

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Pix: The Director, Enterprise Business, Samsung West Africa, Charles Ojei,

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