Samsung milestone in Samoa

18 March 2016, 12:00AM

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd launched the newest additions to the Galaxy family of products, Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge in Samoa yesterday.

The event was held at Hotel Tanoa Tusitala last night.

According to a statement from the company, created for today's consumer lifestyle, Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge lead the industry with a unique mobile experience that features an enhanced design, higher quality camera, streamlined software functionality and unparalleled connectivity to the Galaxy ecosystem. 

“It’s an important moment in the mobile industry and at Samsung, we are hoping to lead the way forward into a new era in which it’s not only what you can consume that matters, but what you can experience,” said DJ Koh, President of Mobile Communications Business, Samsung Electronics. 

Stefan Lecchi, Head of Samsung’s Mobile business for New Zealand and the Pacific Islands, said the new phones are their most complete smartphones to date. 

“More than just a beautifully designed device, our new flagship Galaxy smartphones offers improved functionality, a more robust design and advanced camera technology. 

“We think consumers will appreciate a smartphone durable enough to take them from the office to the beach, but still offering the sleek and streamlined glass and metal design now synonymous with our flagship Galaxy series.”

Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge introduce the first Dual Pixel camera on a smartphone, delivering brighter and sharper images, even in low light. 

Thanks to the revolutionary Dual Pixel technology, brighter lens with wider aperture, and bigger pixel, the camera has a faster shutter speed and a more accurate autofocus even in low-light conditions. 

From late night selfies to early morning sunrises, the Dual Pixel camera makes taking beautiful images easier, any time of day. 

Motion Panorama, a new camera mode, brings movement to traditional panoramic photos, giving the user a completely immersive visual experience. 

18 March 2016, 12:00AM

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