Samsung brings Galaxy M02s in Bangladesh to max up users’ experience

Samsung Bangladesh has launched its latest budget-friendly smartphone to max up users’ device experiences – Galaxy M02s. The device is available at Daraz Bangladesh for BDT 12,999 with a discount offer and EMI facility.

Samsung Galaxy M02s allows users to enjoy the highest entertainment level due to its massive 6.5-inch HD+ Infinity-V display and 5,000mAh battery. The device comes with Dolby Atmos to heighten the experience and provide immersive sound quality to create an immersive environment.

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The smartphone comes with triple rear cameras, which will help users to capture moments like a pro and max up their likes. The primary sensor has 13MP, while the depth and the macro cameras come with 2MP each. For stunning selfies, the front camera has a 5MP sensor. On top of it, users can get creative with their photos with AR emoji, stickers, and stamps.

The device is packed with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. The robust storage and performance will help customers save a huge number of contents without worrying about running out of space. Moreover, the performance and the powerful battery will help the users to operate it smoothly, conduct non-stop usage, and max up their gaming time. With the help of Discord, gamers can quickly talk with other players via voice chat.

Samsung Galaxy M02s has been powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 450, Octa Core 1.8 GHz, and has Adreno 506 graphics processing. Customers can enjoy all these extraordinary features of Samsung Galaxy M02s with a discount of BDT 500 at Daraz Bangladesh. Apart from it, customers can also enjoy EMI for up to 12 months when they purchase the device from Daraz Bangladesh.
On this occasion, Md. Muyeedur Rahman, Head of Mobile, Samsung Bangladesh, said, “The pandemic has heightened the usage of digital technologies in Bangladesh, especially smartphones. Thus, we are delighted to bring a powerful but affordable device for customers who want to adopt digital technologies.”

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