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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 records roaring sales in Sri Lanka


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From left: Samsung Sri Lanka General Manager and Head of Mobile Biz Shantha Fernando Samsung Sri Lanka Director of Mobile Biz Yong-Keun Hwang, Singer Senior Digital Manager Sahan Perera, Softlogic COO Kevin Chang, JKOA Vice President Janoda Thoradeniya, Miss Sri Lanka and Samsung Brand Ambassador Christina Peiris, Samsung Sri Lanka Managing Director Hanbae Park, Softlogic Holdings Group Director Ranjan Perera, Singhagiri Chairman Harrison Ho Kim and Damro DGM Business Development Harsha Wijekoon

Samsung Sri Lanka’s latest flagship device, the Galaxy Note 9, has received an overwhelming response from customers in Sri Lanka. Launched recently, the sales of the Galaxy Note 9 have successfully surpassed that of its earlier version, the Note 8. 

Exceeding forecasts, sales of the Note 9 recorded a 200% increase over the Note 8, reflecting the rising eagerness with which Samsung mobile devices are anticipated in the market. 

The Ocean Blue colour variant of Galaxy Note9 is witnessing the highest demand. Sales of Galaxy Note9 are expected to remain steady in the next few weeks, keeping true to Samsung being Sri Lanka’s most preferred smartphone brand. 

Samsung has already cornered the budget/affordable smartphone, market segment in Sri Lanka, and now encouraged by the hearty response to the upper end Galaxy Note 9 device, Samsung, is engaging in further product innovations and plans to release more high-end devices with more innovative features in the coming weeks.

The new super powerful Galaxy Note 9 has been embraced for its irresistible combination of advanced intelligence features and leading premium hardware, making it the best device on the market currently. The Galaxy Note 9 boasts many features, which has made it a must-have for discerning premium smartphone users as one of the most powerful smartphones of 2018. 

Galaxy Note 9 is a full featured, stylish smartphone, generously packed with the best flagship features pioneered by Samsung. One of its most coveted features is the S Pen, which is a signature feature of the Note series and which has been smartly upgraded in the new Note 9. 

The Note 9 features brand new functions including Scene Optimiser and Flaw Detection, utilising AI to get the most out of its advanced camera. The Galaxy Note9 is powerful in more ways than one. Its stunning 6.4-inch screen offers an inspiring canvas to play games, watch movies and so much more. 

The Infinity Display’s wide Quad HD+ Super AMOLED screen provides a visual feast. Design has come to the fore in the Note 9. The beautiful edge-to-edge display fits comfortably in your hand and curves over the sides for almost borderless viewing. Note 9 users have no reason to worry about battery life and storage as it sports a 4,000mAh battery, the largest-ever on a flagship Galaxy phone for long-lasting power to use all-day to stream videos and do more. 

 


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