The wait is finally over. Just one month after its global launch, International Marketing Services (IMS) has brought Samsung Galaxy SIII available to the Nepali consumers. The most hyped Smartphone release since iPhone 4S was unveiled in Kathmandu by IMS Chairman Dipak Malhotra, CEO Bishal Acharya, and Miss Nepal 2012 first runner-up Nagma Shestha.
According to Malhotra, the new Smartphone would “redefine the Smartphone experience of Nepali users”. It is no doubt the Galaxy SIII is worthy of the attention with legion of new features. Powered by Ice Cream Sandwich, the android operating system; its wrapped in a polycarbonate shell, weighing just4.7 ounces, roughly 0.34 inch thin and sports a 4.8inch HD touch screen, offering an impressive 1280 x 720 resolution. Besides its physical sleek aesthetical beauty, the new SIII is packed with the most advanced voice command functions along with eye-recognition technology that keeps the screen from dimming, a 8 mega-pixel camera along with a 1.9 mega-pixel front facing camera and a powerful Quad-Core 1.4 GHz Cortex- A9 CPU.
Nepali consumers are already excited over the Galaxy SIII as out of the700 units imported in its initial batch, 300 have already been booked prior to the formal launch. IMS reports that the Samsung Galaxy SIII’s official carrier will be none other than Ncell and it will be providing the phone with easy payment facility by paying monthly installments of Rs. 6,499 for twelve months. The new Galaxy SIII owner will be required to have an account with Nabil Bank or Bank of Kathmandu. The Galaxy SIII will be available only with a Ncell Pro plan along with a new bundle package attached, which will be available for free for twelve months. Corporate communication manager for Ncell, Sanju Koirala announced that the Galaxy SIII consumers will get 700 minutes worth of local calls, along with 700 SMS, and up to 70 MB data service amounting to Rs.999 per month for free. Now that’s one more strong reason to get hold of SIII.
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