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MENAFN - Arab News - 30/08/2014
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(MENAFN - Arab News) Future Modern Products (FMP) a major distributor in Saudi Arabia of Samsung Electronics Company Ltd.'s mobiles claimed to be a global leader in digital media and digital convergence technologies and a subsidiary of United Matbouli Group (UMG) now exclusively introduces the new Galaxy S5 Duos to the Saudi market.

Building on the success of Samsung's Galaxy S Duos the new Galaxy S5 Duos offers style and design sophistication high-end performance and 'incredible usability' with the added convenience of dual SIM access.

Mohammed Ali Al-Matbouli CEO of UMG said: 'We are excited to exclusively offer our customers such a device that will improve efficiency and take their user experience to new heights. Following the popularity of the Galaxy S Duos we are sure the Galaxy S5 Duos will appeal to Saudi tech lovers and socializing or career-oriented people with its exciting new services and features.'

Wael Zain commercial director of FMP added: 'Our commitment remains to continuously provide not only a comprehensive range of Samsung smartphones but also unmatched benefits that inspire value and trust among our stakeholders in Saudi Arabia. The Galaxy S5 Duos LTE enjoys the convenience of choosing the SIM with better connectivity and high speed as well as the ability to keep your work and personal calls separate with utmost peace of mind with the golden warranty benefits.'

Available in black white blue gold the LTE Duos on the Galaxy S5 Duos weighing 146.5 gm connect to 4G networks. The device built with a 16 GB memory capacity and a 2GB RAM comes equipped with a Li-Ion 2800 mAh battery and Wi-Fi direct while the microSD can store up to 128 GB.

Galaxy S5 Duos is equipped with a Quad-core CPU clocked at 2.5GHz thus enabling this mobile to handle advanced operations with speed and grace.

 


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