Samsung Electronics East Africa Managing Director of Seok Min Hong (right), Head of department Internet and Mobile at Samsung Charles Kimari (middle) and Ryan Mule product marketing manager Samsung Electronics East Africa display the new S10 phone during the launch of the phone into the Kenyan market

Having the MWC in our backs now, smartphone giants have gotten into the market in storm as we saw the top notch brands release devices on the same day. Huawei released the Y6 2019 version which will be retailing at 13,499 Ksh in Kenya while Samsung released the Galaxy S10 just a few hours apart.

Samsung had placed a trio, the Galaxy S10, S10e, and S10+ on pre-orders back in February where since then it had booked over 1000 devices.

With Samsung’s aim to sell the house hold name, the device aims to offer all-round satisfaction to consumers with high end innovations from the design to the overall performance of the device.

The device officially went on sale yesterday where pre-ordered clients can pick the device from Samsung shops.

Samsung had pioneered the Galaxy devices 10years ago which have seen them put out an array of devices till the Galaxy 10 Now.

The device features a 6.1 inch screen (15.49 cm) display which has a 1440×3040 pixels. It powered by Octa core and runs on Android pie paired with 8GB RAM and a storage of 128GB which can be expanded to 512GB using an SD.  For the battery it packs 3400 mAh.

For the Camera the device parks a 12MP + 12MP + 16MP camera which comes with Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Barometer, and a Compass. Taking design into consideration the device is 7.8 mm slim and 157 grams in terms of weight. 

Samsung Galaxy S10 will retail for Kshs 95,999

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