Samsung backs top Cairo ICT expo
Cairo, April 24, 2012
Samsung Electronics, a global leader and award-winning innovator, is participating in an upcoming ICT exhibition in Cairo as a sponsor, and will showcase its latest inventions in the IT and mobile phones industry.
Cairo ICT 2012 will be held from April 26 to 29 at the Cairo International Conference Center under the slogan of “The Spring of Technologies”.
Samsung is participating with two booths in the exhibition; one for the IT products and the other is dedicated to the state-of-the-art Galaxy Note. Duke Park, Samsung Egypt general manager, will attend the ICT supporting Samsung’s participation in the renowned exhibition.
“Samsung is keen to participate in successful exhibitions; where industry leaders are offered a chance to showcase their latest technological innovations,” said Park.
“As an outstanding leader in the electronics industry; we truly believe that our success in the market is based on our insistence to continue to innovate and create the next generation of electronics that we known are consumers are waiting for. We are constantly working to increase our range of cutting-edge, unrivalled products; offering our customer’s state-of-the-art technologies coupled with an exceptional variety of unique shapes and models.”
The mobile phones booth is dedicated to Samsung’s latest flagship model; the Galaxy Note, where visitors are offered a chance to experience the device and all its innovative features.
A painter will also be available at the booth to sketch portraits of visitors showcasing the Galaxy Note’s artistic properties. On the other hand, the IT booth will showcase several product ranges varying from laptops to printers, monitors and digital cameras. – TradeArabia News Service
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