"Samsung" launches the pre-order service on the "S21" in the UAE
Users of the "5G Galaxy S21" and "S21 +" can take pictures with high resolution of 33 megapixels.
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"Samsung Gulf Electronics" launched a pre-order service for consumers in the United Arab Emirates who want to acquire the "5G Galaxy S21" phones, which are the company's latest addition to the "Galaxy S" family.
The company stated, in a statement yesterday, that consumers in the UAE can register for the pre-order service, by visiting “Samsung” stores, or through approved electronic channels, pointing out that the new group of phones includes three devices: the 5G Galaxy S21 »,« Galaxy S21 + 5G », and« Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G ».
And she emphasized that each of them has been equipped with unique technologies and features that ensure users interact with the world around them, as well as a bold new design that includes creative and modern features, capabilities and capabilities of a professional camera and video.
Othman Al-Bora, head of the mobile phone division at Samsung Gulf Electronics, said that the launch of the pre-order service on the "5G Galaxy S21" range of phones is the company's first initiative to receive the year 2021, and through that we look forward to giving customers the opportunity to quickly own their phones and explore the features And the new technologies it provides.
According to the company, users of the "5G Galaxy S21" and "Galaxy S21 + 5G" phone can take 33-megapixel high-resolution photos and 8K videos.
The most advanced processor to date in the Galaxy system provides the ability to download content, play and broadcast seamlessly.
Consumers who apply in advance to purchase one of the two previous phones will receive a "Buds Live" wireless headset and a tracker device "Smart Tag", with a one-year subscription to maintenance service, while those who apply in advance for a phone will get the "Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G" On the wireless headphones "Buds Pro", a tracker, and a one-year subscription to service.
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