Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, the newest Android flagship devices on the Ghanaian market, is now officially available in two new colors. Samsung Electronics West Africa (SEWA) has introduced the Blue Topaz Samsung Galaxy S6 and Green Emerald Galaxy S6 Edge.
Creating a new standard for design, craftsmanship and performance, Samsung’s newest flagship Galaxy S6 and S6 edge smartphones seamlessly blend premium materials with the most advanced Samsung technology to offer consumers an unmatched mobile experience in unique colors and materials.
With these two color additions, SEWA wants to give its consumers a wide variety of handheld options to suit their various lifestyles. Speaking on the new two new colors, the Director of Mobile and IT, Jaspreet Singh said “Samsung wants to give its cherished consumers enough variety to satisfy their different lifestyle preferences”. “The blue topaz and green emerald colors are unique colors that bring out the beauty and design of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge”, he added.
The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge come with 32 GB worth of in built memory and 115 GB cloud storage, a cloud service which is being provided by Microsoft’s One Drive and this gives users the opportunity to access all their files from wherever they are and whenever. This is a free service Samsung is giving to its valued consumers. They both come with a pre-installed security feature which is the KNOX Security that safeguards users’ information and data transmitted over the devices as well as fights against malware.
SEWA recently introduced the Galaxy S6 duo offering consumers the premium smartphone experience with much more convenience. Consumers can purchase the new topaz blue and emerald green versions of the S6 at authorized Samsung shops nationwide.
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