Samsung announces availability of Samsung Galaxy S9+ 128GB option in Kenya

Samsung Electronics East Africa has announced the availability of the limited edition Galaxy S9+ 128GB option in Kenya. This is an addition to the previously Galaxy S9 and S9+ 64GB option which was unveiled to the world back in February.

Charles Kimari, Head of Mobile Division at Samsung Electronics E.A said that with the new high-capacity models and the flexibility of expandable storage, Galaxy S9 and S9+ owners have a variety of ways to keep their content close. “Our phones are filled with big files such as uncompressed photos, 4K videos, feature-length movies and more. Samsung now offers Galaxy S9+ with more on-board storage to give peace of mind to users who want to instantly access their high-capacity files while on the go.”

Designed for how consumers are increasingly communicating via photos and videos, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ feature state-of-the-art camera technology. With new 128GB storage option, consumers can take and store even more 4K movies, epic Super Slow-mo videos and amazing low-light pictures. For users, more on-board storage means more ease, flexibility and convenience to manage their photo and video libraries. The new Galaxy S9+ continues to support external microSD card of up to 400GB capacity.

Samsung says the Galaxy S9+ 128GB option is built for the way people work today, giving them a smartphone with the flexibility of work and play on one device. “Because these devices have extra storage, there’s plenty of space to store both your personal and business files, photos and videos, and store an extensive library of movies, TV shows, playlists, audiobooks and podcasts, for any time viewing. With Knox, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ can keep business and personal content separate,” added Kimari.

The 128GB Galaxy S9+ is available in Lilac Purple, Coral Blue, Midnight Black and later on in Sunrise Gold at Samsung Experience Stores and Safaricom shops.

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