Confirming its leadership in the regional TV market, Samsung highlights the entertainment experience with its 88-inch TV SUHD and new audio solutions for sound kind experience.
Samsung will also introduce the ingenious appliances inspired by professional chefs to provide a better experience in the kitchen, as well as top quality appliances for exceptional performance cooling, heating, comfort and hygiene. He continues to prove itself in the market for cameras with the new NX500, inspired by the performance and features of the award-winning series of Samsung NX1.
In addition, Samsung also introduced the new range of smartphones Galaxy Series A seductive for capturing and sharing your digital experiences. “Samsung’s main objective is to offer extraordinary experiences and we do, because we focus on customer needs,” said Choong Ro Lee, president of Samsung Middle East and North Africa.
“The importance of this region has been increasing over the years, receiving with open arms the new technologies. The MENA region has long supported Samsung and we continue our commitment to deliver innovations that will bring new experiences and dedication to a better life. “Its range Galaxy A is part of this new strategy.
Three products with three different screen sizes and three positions price. This range, plus the Galaxy S6 (to unveil, Samsung will hold a conference in Barcelona one day before the start of the Worldwide Mobile Congress in Barcelona held from March 2 to 5) and the next Galaxy Note should be sufficient to Samsung to attract users 2015.
To strengthen its role in the region, Samsung has also made significant efforts to improve the IT experience and support the education of children and youth with Samsung Smart School initiative. Samsung has also worked with NGOs, ministries of education and universities to create applications or entire solutions that will provide a better learning experience. In this context, remember that the digital classroom driver “Samsung Smart School”, the first of its kind in North Africa, was launched at the National Mathematics High School in Kouba (Algiers).
This operation aims, among others, to allow students a better ICT skills, like the other students in developed countries. Its initiatives in digital healthcare and “Smart Home” propel him to the rank of leader in the Internet of Things.