The device that retails at KSh51,999 in all Samsung outlets and authorized dealers countrywide is bundled with free 1.5 GB data from Safaricom in addition to KES 500 airtime. With the dual-SIM alternative, it has a 1.6 GHz quad-core processor and 2GB RAM that is perfect for running several applications simultaneously without any lag. It also has a 64GB Micro SD slot, 16GB storage, dual camera and a durable battery.
Robert Ngeru, Vice President of Samsung Electronics Central and East Africa, said Samsung is greatly investing in R&D to make sure that clients get the best genuine mobile gadgets hence the release of Galaxy Note 3.
“We have realized that majority of our premium clients are presently asking for dual-SIM mobile phones due to the various mobile networks in Kenya. We know that customers want more variety. Therefore, a cell phone will keep them connected to friends, family and work. Additionally, most clients choose to have two SIM-cards to separate work and social life. By introducing to our Note series this novel device, we want to offer our customers with convenience while delivering the best features,” Ngeru commented.
To make sure clients continue to purchase genuine Samsung mobile gadgets, Ngeru stated that the company had set up a campaign that will teach clients ways of authenticating Samsung cellphones.
“We still advise our clients to make use of our e-warranty platform, which is a text message service that enables consumers to verify the authenticity of Samsung mobile products as well as register for warranty,” he concluded.