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Samsung Business Leader for East African Region Robert Ngeru said Kenya is the second country to launch in Africa after South Africa/FILE

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Samsung launches the SIII in Kenya

Samsung Business Leader for East African Region Robert Ngeru said Kenya is the second country to launch in Africa after South Africa/FILE

NAIROBI, Kenya, Jul 5 – Samsung Electronics, the global leader in mobile telephony has launched the new Galaxy SIII to the Kenyan market adding to their various galaxy phones.

The Galaxy SIII is powered by Android™ 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich, which greatly enhances usability and practicality besides Samsung Applications; the most notable application is Smart stay where the phone maintains bright displays as long as you are looking at it.
Samsung Business Leader for East African Region Robert Ngeru said Kenya is the second country to launch in Africa after South Africa.

Its 4.8 inch HD super AMOLED screen that is scratch free allows you to watch HD movies.

“To add to its application is the S Voice which is like a talking phone that can also hear you speak, something we as humans living in the modern world want. This feature goes a step further than what phones do now in reading messages out loud,” said Ngeru.

Some of the things you can do with the S Voice include telling your phone to turn off the alarm for a few minutes and let you sleep a bit more, answer or reject a call, adjust the volume on your music and even tell the camera when to shoot.

A 50MB of cloud space allows the user unlimited capability in storing photos, data, music as well as online editing.

It will come in two colours of Marble Blue and Pearl White a two-year warranty as well as a fully stocked spare parts hub in Nairobi to reduce the service centre turnaround time.

Ngeru added that the phone has been on high demand and they intend to take over the Kenyan market by acquiring over 60 percent of the smart phone market share.

The phone will be retailing at Sh59,999 making it cheaper in its category of smart phones.

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