South Korean multinational conglomerate company, Samsung has launched Friday its latest edition of mobile phones Samsung Galaxy edge S7 in Egyptian resort of Sharm El-Sheikh.
The city of Sharm El Sheikh was chosen to witness the launch of the latest mobile series, with the company’s aim to promote Egypt’s tourism at this critical point, said Seung-Ho Yun, Managing Director of Samsung Electronics Egypt.
From his part, Sherif Barakat, Country Director of Samsung Electronics Egypt – said Samsung would open the biggest centre of spare parts costing 100 million Egyptian pounds at 6th of October City.
The company also contributed to the development of Egypt by upgrading 23 schools in Beni Suef governorate, located about 115 km (71 miles) south of Cairo.
Meanwhile, Samsung has major investments in Egypt on top of them is its electronics factory located in Beni Suef. The factory is the first for Samsung in the Middle East and Africa regions and is worth of $270 million.