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Thursday, October 08, 2015

Samsung says Galaxy Note 5 is King of Notes, hits Nigeria



Samsung Electronics has described its latest entrant, Galaxy Note 5 as the king of notes, even as the device is now available stores across the country, reports ITRealms.

The Managing Director, Samsung Electronics West Africa, Mr. Brovo Kim, said at the launch in Lagos, Wednesday that “Smartphones have become so central to our lives; so has the demand for larger screens.”

According to him, the launch of Galaxy Note 5 in Nigeria, affords customers to blend an advanced S-Pen with superior viewing experience, which provides users with a unique and powerful mobile experience.

Samsung, he said, has continued to improve the Note series with every new version crafted with metal and glass, the Galaxy Note 5 boasts a beautiful screen, suite of helpful productivity apps to accompany its super precise stylus, the S-Pen.

He said, in addition, Galaxy Note 5 is the first device to come loaded with 4 Giga Bytes (GB) of Random Access Memory (RAM), even as the device also features a curved backside, perfect for the edges of a palm.

“The first galaxy Note was a breakthrough, not just for Samsung but for the entire industry. Bigger screens have gone from nice-to-have to a must-have and the display once called a gimmick is now the norm,” he said, stressing that with the Note 5, customers could achieve more with their devices; quickly writing down ideas and notes at meetings or wherever inspiration strikes, just as its video conferencing experience delivers an immersive viewing experience to colleagues or families.

ITRealms gathered that the beautifully designed Note 5 flaunts a 5.7-inch screen with Quarter-HD (QHD) Super AMOLED display, which allows for clearer videos and images.

Samsung officials hinted that the larger screen size is also great for productivity, as emails could be penned quickly, editing and cropping photos and videos are much easier, and reading an ebook is possible without having to bump up the font size.

The Director, Hand Held Products, Samsung Electronics West Africa, Mr. Emmanouil Revmatas, said, they are aware that customers desire a big brilliant display but not a bulky device, causing them to choose between screen size and portability.
“At Samsung, we did not think that was a choice our customers had to make. With the Note 5, they have a big display in a slimmer package. The Note 5 is an intuitive and efficient device; it is the Galaxy re-defined, re-imagined and re-designed,” Revmatas said.
He listed other other exciting features of the device to include the Scroll Capture Feature, which allows users to capture multiple scrolls of a webpage. The screenshot is saved as an extra-long image file in the Gallery app, thus users could then pinch and zoom for more details. 

In addition, he says Note 5 has enhanced S-Pen, which continues to be one of the integral features of the Note, while the stylus has been upgraded with a clicky top and a nib that looks more like a ballpoint pen.

“The little wave of shortcut buttons, which appear on the screen when the stylus is popped out, can easily be customized and the device will send an alert whenever the stylus is not in its holster,” he explained.

Emphasising that S-Pen Air Commands pops up as soon as the pen is ejected from its internal holster, or when the stylus' tiny side button is clicked while hovering over the display, thereby these commands act as shortcuts to the Memos app as well as screen-cropping Smart Select and full screenshot Screen Write.

“There is a special option in Screen Write that lets you capture an entire page; so piecing together multiple screenshots for web pages or text conversations is a thing of the past,” he said.

Reymatas said the Galaxy Note 5 is available in single and dual SIM versions and users could opt for either the 32GB or 64GB option, as well as choose from a range of colors, including Sapphire Black, White Pearl, Titanium Silver and Gold Platinum.

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Pix: L-R: Director, Information Technology and Mobile, Samsung Electronics West Africa, Mr. Emmanouil Revmatas; Marketing Manager, Information Technology and Mobile, Samsung Electronics West Africa, Ms. Olajumoke Okikiolu and Managing Director, Samsung Electronics West Africa, Mr. Brovo Kim during the launch of the latest addition to its Galaxy Note family, the Galaxy Note 5 at Nike Art Gallery, Lekki, Lagos

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