Samsung has launched a flagship S9 and S9 plus that retail at Ksh 99,999 and 104,999 respectively in the Kenyan Market.
The smartphones were launched in Barcelona in Spain but will be available locally on March 25th.
The two Galaxy’s S9 and S9 plus have a 5.8 inch and 6.2 inch screen display respectively,12 megapixel camera and a 8 megapixel camera for the front and rear.
There storage space ranges from 64GB,128GB and 256GB with an internal storage of 4GB and 8GB for the S9 and S9 plus respectively.
Samsung has for years been aiming to meet social needs of its clients by providing better cameras to its phones.
A data from IDC indicates that in 2017,Samsung held 21.7per cent of the global smartphone market, with Apple, Huawei and Oppo following with 14.8 per cent, 10.6 per cent and 7.6 per cent respectively.
Last year the Korean tech giants faced challenges including a recall of its Galaxy S7 and corruption charges that engulfed its de facto leader.
They have however reshuffled its top management which has been able to turnaround its profits to $10 billion (about Sh1.04 trillion) in the third quarter of 2017.