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Samsung and key partners represent Sri Lanka at IFA 2019 in Berlin

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Samsung Sri Lanka along with key local partners explore latest exciting devices unveiled by Samsung at the IFA 2019 in Berlin

From left: Singhagiri CEO Pubudu Basnayake, Softlogic Director Commercial Nirmalan Poothathamby, Samsung Sri Lanka Managing Director Kevin SungSu You and Singer Sri Lanka CEO Mahesh Wijewardene


IFA, Europe’s biggest tech show, is being held in Berlin from 6 to 11 September and is one of the most significant global events for product launches. 

One of its principal attractions is Samsung’s latest technology innovations which are unveiled annually at the event. Samsung’s showcase at IFA 2019, united under the theme of ‘Connected Living’, is a particularly special one as the company celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. 

The portfolio of innovative solutions and devices the company is presenting this year is a testament to the company’s continued dedication to optimizing consumers’ lives through seamless connectivity and state-of-the-art technologies.

Committed to developing and enhancing businesses of its key partners, Samsung Sri Lanka has invited key local partners to join the IFA 2019 this year to witness Samsung’s newest innovations at the leading trade show. 

Samsung Sri Lanka Managing Director Kevin Sunsu You is leading a team of its key partners: Singer Sri Lanka CEO Mahesh Wijewardene, Singhagiri CEO Pubudu Basnayake and Softlogic Director Commercial Nirmalan Poothathamby to Messe Berlin this year. 

Samsung’s booth during IFA 2019, ‘Samsung Town’ comprises of a range of interactive exhibits for visitors to get a hands-on look at the company’s lifestyle and smart home appliances, mobile devices, network innovations, B2B solutions, TVs and more. 

Samsung has been breaking new ground in smartphone technology in recent months. The latest addition to Samsung’s flagship note series, the Galaxy Note10, comes equipped with an S Pen that can do more than ever before. Visitors to the Galaxy Note10 zone at IFA 2019 are getting hands-on with a Galaxy Note10+ and enjoying the reflective ceiling of the exhibit while remotely taking a selfie with the S Pen’s new Air actions function.

In the Lifestyle zone, QLED 8K Square is showcasing Samsung’s full lineup of industry-leading QLED 8K TVs. Thanks to Samsung’s proprietary Quantum Processor 8K and QLED Panel, each of the six models – 65, 75, 82, 85 and 98-inch, and the new 55-inch model – are able to provide an astounding level of immersion and reality to the viewing experience. Also “Ick bin ein Bärliner!”: A special display in the Lifestyle Zone marries the chameleon-like abilities of The Serif’s display with the Berlin bear, the symbol of the city of Berlin. Visitors do their best impression of the local icon while learning more about Samsung’s diverse display offering.

Since it officially entered the Sri Lankan market, Samsung, a global digital technology leader, has not only enhanced its brand presence and built a strong product portfolio, but it has established an expanded channel and service network as well. The company’s key retail partners of Singer, Singhagiri, Softlogic, Damro ensure that Samsung electronic products and smartphones can be accessed easily by customers even in far-flung areas of the country. Samsung’s extensive presence in the country has enabled it to customise product to suit the aspirations of its customers.  


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