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Botswana: latest Samsung Galaxy devices arrive

Botswana: latest Samsung Galaxy devices arrive

Samsung Electronics SA has launched the new wave of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge in Botswana.

Two weeks after the new devices hit the international market, the Southern African country has joined global counterparts in making the latest Samsung smart phones available.

"With the all new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, Samsung is offering what's next in mobility, along with a new standard to drive the global mobile agenda," said Craige Fleischer, Director of Integrated Mobility at Samsung Electronics SA.

"By listening to our customers and learning from both our success and feedback, we continuously push forward new technologies and ideas. With a re-imagined design, robust partner network and novel services, the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge offer users the ultimate experience in smartphone options," he added.

According to Samsung, the premium device aesthetics deliver true value, complemented by a totally new and lighter interface that greatly enhances usability and functionality.

The company adds that the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge are built on the upgraded Samsung KNOX, end-to-end secure mobile platform, offering defense-grade features for real-time protection from potential malicious attacks

"We have created a revolutionary premium smartphone that offers a sophisticated and optimised experience, with a focus on the things that really matter to the user," said Fleischer.

Samsung says the new devices will be available at selected outlets across the country. Selling prices have not yet been confirmed, however experts estimate the cost will be 12 000.00 pula to 15 000.00 for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge respectively.

To date the devices have been launched in the UK, US and China. In Africa, markets covered include SA, Kenya and Namibia.

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