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Samsung Unviels The Galaxy Ecosystem That Will Address The Next Normal

Samsung Electronics has introduced the Galaxy Ecosystem that will address the next normal.

It was disclosed in a virtual event live streamed from Korea.

Mr. Caden Yu, Managing Director, Samsung Nigeria who spoke during the global launch, said:

“Technology has shown a great influence in enabling our current work environment especially the need to work from home. Working remotely seems to be creating longer worker hours and throwing a nail in the workings of work-life balance principle. Thankfully, Samsung is set to bring this to an end with a new reality; the ability to seamlessly switch between work and play.

“At the core of the ecosystem is the Galaxy Note20 and Note20 Ultra, which builds on Note’s legacy as the most powerful Note series yet by bringing PC power and the best Galaxy mobile experience to the palm of one’s hand.”

He also spoke on the features of the smartphone videography saying it has just been taken a notch higher with the combination of the Note20, Note20 Ultra and buds live. When paired with these devices, the buds live can be used as a wireless microphone delivering crystal-clear audio while minimizing noise in the background.

Also according to him for fitness and health balance, the buds live is designed to comfortably fit into the ears providing audio sounds deep and rich so you can enjoy music the way the artist intended.

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