Nairobi is bound to have the digital migration in less than two weeks, meaning all of the people with analogue TV boxes will have to upgrade or live without the TV. Now Samsung East Africa has taken this opportunity to help out Kenyans bridge the digital equation by launching the Samsung F Series range.
Samsung Electronics was the first electronics company to have its digital televisions, Samsung ES 5600K approved by the Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK),
Following the footsteps of Samsung ES 5600K TV model that was launched late last year, the Samsung F Series does not require a Set top box to receive digital Free to Air (FTA) TV programs and is available in 28”, 32”, 40”, 46”, 55”, 60”, 65”, 75” and 85”screen sizes. The F series is available at all leading Samsung authorized dealers and retail outlets including Nakumatt, Tusky & Naivas stores.
“Our unique technology in the Samsung F Series range presents –a set-top box in-built solution. Our consumers will save on additional expense as they will not have to invest in a convertor,” said Samsung Electronics East Africa Chief Operating Officer Robert Ngeru.
According to CCK, residents of Nairobi and its environs are expected to be fully prepared to migrate to the Digital TV platform in the next two weeks when the analogue TV signal will be switched off.
The Samsung f series TV range could be your peace of mind while the rest of the people are still running up n down, well, if they don’t get this news.
Samsung consistently seeks a deep insight into the changing needs, preferences, lifestyles and traditions of its customers in all parts of the world. This helps Samsung in creating products that are built to enhance the consumer’s standard of living and ensure their satisfaction.