Galaxy Note 8 Officially Launched in Indonesia
By : Hariyanto And Aldo Bella Putra | Tuesday, September 26 2017 - 19:00 IWST
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INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta, Samsung Electronics Indonesia today officially launched the Galaxy Note8 in Indonesia. A device that is more than just technological innovation, it also provides a complete experience for users designed to do more meaningful things with a smartphone.
"Galaxy Note8 is a company's commitment to always deliver technology that can give more meaning," said President Samsung Electronics Indonesia, Jae Hoon Kwon during the launch of Samsung Galaxy Note8 in Jakarta, Monday (25/09/2017).
He added that the presence of Galaxy Note8 supports its users to try and create new innovations in their work and interests that bring more benefits and meaning. "Users loyal note be our source of inspiration to bring the best feature in Galaxy Note8," he explained.
Samsung Galaxy Note8 is equipped with infinity displays that support the best productivity and entertainment, the best dual cameras with dual ios, dual pixels and 2x optical zoom, s more sophisticated pens become the perfect combination for loyal users who love to do various things together and high productivity.
Inspired by consumers who have high productivity and want to do more things, the presence of Galaxy Note8 is in line with the fact that many young businesses that utilize mobile devices have managed to improve business performance by 64 percent both in terms of product quality and business productivity.
According to Jae Hoon, smartphones have become the main device supporting the creative economic growth of the homeland which increased by seven percent annually over the past few years.
Samsung as a market leader that controls more than 50 percent of the market share of mobile phones in Indonesia presents the Galaxy Note8 with innovations that support businesses to achieve greater success, both for business and surrounding communities.
Meanwhile, Samsung Electronics Indonesia's chief vice president, Djien Gie So, said Samsung Electronics Indonesia is optimistic that its new flagship smartphone, Galaxy Note 8, can captivate the hearts of Indonesian consumers. "Smartphone is considered to present a complete package from design to its features," he added.