Samsung launches Galaxy SII in Jordan
Amman, July 25, 2011
Samsung Electronics Levant, a global leader in digital media, collaboration with leading operator Orange Jordan, launched its Galaxy SII smartphone at a recent press conference in Amman.
The Galaxy S II is a thin (8.49mm) and lightweight, dual-core smart phone that combines an unmatched viewing experience with incredible performance, a statement said.
Orange has the exclusive right to operate the Galaxy SII in Jordan. Through this partnership, Orange shall offer its customers a 15 per cent discount on all accessories, in addition to free headsets with each phone.
The smart phone’s dual-core application processor delivers features such as fast web browsing, multi-tasking comparable to a PC-like environment, supreme graphics quality and instantly responsive 3D user interface on the large screen.
With super-fast HSPA+ connectivity, the Galaxy S II offers rapid mobile download speeds while Bluetooth 3.0+HS considerably reduces data transfer times.
Using Android 2.3 Gingerbread, the latest version of the world’s fastest-growing mobile operating system, the Galaxy S II includes access to Samsung’s four new content and entertainment hubs, seamlessly integrated to provide instant access to music, games, e-reading and social networking services.
With Samsung Hubs, an integrated mobile applications designed to fit every element of consumers’ lives, the Samsung Galaxy S II delivers catalogues of books and magazines, music, advanced mobile games and control of consumers’ online social life, all from a single device.
The Samsung Galaxy S II has been equipped with Samsung’s new Super Amoled Plus screen, the most advanced mobile visual display that does not compromise battery performance. A significant reduction in power consumption from Super Amoled display means it is also more energy-efficient than other comparably sized devices, allowing Samsung to minimize device weight.
“We are looking forward to the release of the Galaxy SII in Jordan. Users can now benefit from all the options and privileges available on the Galaxy SII without further delay,” said Sangsuk Roh, president of Samsung Electronics Levant.
“A partnership such as this benefits our customers by giving them the opportunity to experience Samsung’s latest smart phone technologies with unique offers with Jordan’s number one operator,” he added.
Nayla Khwam, CEO of Orange Jordan, said: “We at Orange, continuously look for opportunities to better serve our customers by designing exceptional offers that caters to their various needs and lifestyles. And this agreement with Samsung solidifies this vision.” – TradeArabia News Service
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