Galaxy Note 5 arrives in Nigeria

Samsung Electronics launched its Galaxy Note 5, its newest smartphone, Oct. 7 in Nigeria.

The device features a S-Pen, a suit of apps, a curved backside and is loaded with 4GB of RAM. Due to the extended memory, apps work in the fastest memory available. The S-Pen comes with a clicky top and a nib, similar to ballpoint pens. It also allows users to write on the screen without unlocking the device.

The 5.7-inch screen with QHD Super AMOLED display improves the experience of watching videos and seeing images. "Bigger screens have gone from nice-to-have to a must-have and the display once called a 'gimmick' is now the norm," Samsung Electronics West Africa Managing Director Brovo Kim told West Africa News.

Galaxy Note 5 also presents Live Broadacast, which makes it possible to share real-time videos on YouTube. Users can also combine different videos in just one, with features such as black and white and slow motion, for example.

"With the Note 5, our customers can achieve more with their devices, quickly write down ideas and notes at meetings or wherever inspiration strikes, video conferencing with colleagues or family [and experience] an immersive viewing experience," Kim said.

The Galaxy Note 5 is available in single and dual SIM versions with 32GB or 64GB options.

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