Samsung’s most recent releases, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ have released weeks ago and a few days back were made available for pre-orders in Pakistan until now when they were officially unveiled in the country at their event.
On March 15th, Samsung held its launch event in Lahore—Punjab, where the company officially launched the two most recent smartphones in Pakistan.
The event was organized at the Nishat Hotel and was hosted by Cybil J. Chaudhry and Faizan Haqqee. The show was concluded with an exciting performance of Rachel Viccaji.
Many known names were present at the launch event including Zoya Nasir—the make-up artist, Aneesa Sharif—model, Shahroz—Vlogger and many more.
The attendees were given the chance to experience the smartphone first-hand and to enjoy the new features which include the “re-imagined camera”, low-light camera conditions, AR emoji, super slow-mo and more.
J Kim—the President of Samsung EC Pakistan unveiled the smartphone on stage and said that he wishes everyone to enjoy the event with extreme experience.
Umer Ghumman—the Head of Mobile Business Samsung Pakistan explained the phone features more extensively like the iris-scanner locked with the facial recognition feature. He added that the camera is re-imagined, and the phone is built around it. He also said that the phone is amazingly equipped with many exciting features. He concluded that do not miss out on the phone as it has got a new version of the Bixby too.
Haroon Tarar—Head of Corporate Marketing Samsung Pakistan also explained about the brand philosophy.
Additionally, by the end of the event, one lucky Samsung member even won the most recent Samsung Galaxy S9.
As per reports the official price of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ in Pakistan would be rupees one lac three thousand (Rs. 103,000) and rupees one lac fourteen thousand (Rs. 114,000) respectively.
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