Samsung launches Galaxy Note10 series in KSA

Y.J. Kim, president of Samsung Electronics Saudi Arabia, unveiled the new Galaxy Note10 series at an event in Jeddah Hilton.
Updated 09 September 2019

Samsung launches Galaxy Note10 series in KSA

Samsung Electronics has launched its new lineup of smartphones in the Galaxy Note series, namely the Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ for the first time in the Kingdom. 

“This year’s models celebrate 10 years of innovation, unparalleled quality and performance, designed with the latest technology to enhance Saudi consumers’ smartphone experience,” the tech giant said.

The new Galaxy Note10 series was revealed at an event in Jeddah Hilton, in the presence of Y.J. Kim, president of Samsung Electronics Saudi Arabia, as well as a number of Samsung representatives and local media figures.

“We are pleased to launch the all-encompassing Samsung Galaxy Note10 series in the Kingdom as these devices are the culmination of a decade of innovation and progress of our biggest flagship series. The Note series has been increasingly in demand in the Saudi market for its advanced features in display, camera and performance that keep pace with the lifestyle of our modern customers,” said Kim.

“This is in line with Samsung’s continuous efforts to deliver products that facilitate people’s lives and provide the latest technology, making sure that our Saudi customers are among the first users to enjoy the latest advanced smartphones by Samsung,” he added.

HIGHLIGHT

The Galaxy Note10+ features the biggest Note display ever with a 6.8-inch Cinematic Infinity Display on a device that is still easy to hold and easy to use.

Samsung provided visitors at the launch event with a chance to experience the state-of-the-art technology of the Galaxy Note series phones at a designated experience zone. The devices on display included the Galaxy Note10 and Note10+. Guests enjoyed the experiential element of the event, having discovered all the new features of these devices firsthand.

The Galaxy Note10 series boasts a sophisticated design. Every element of the phone is crafted to be sleek, slim and distraction-free, so users can devote their full attention to the ideas, projects and content that matter most.

For the first time, the Galaxy Note10 comes in two sizes, so consumers can find the Note that is best for them. The phone features a 6.3-inch Dynamic AMOLED Cinematic Infinity Display, providing an immersive HDR10+ viewing experience. The Galaxy Note10+ features the biggest Note display ever with a 6.8-inch Cinematic Infinity Display on a device that is still easy to hold and easy to use.

The Galaxy Note10 brings a new capability to the re-designed, uni-body S Pen. Now, users can jot down notes, instantly convert their handwriting to digital text in Samsung Notes, and export it to a variety of different formats, including Microsoft Word. Users can now customize notes by shrinking, enlarging, or changing the color of the text. In just a few taps, meeting minutes can be formatted and shared.


Russia’s cultural capital beckons GCC travelers

Updated 17 October 2019

Russia’s cultural capital beckons GCC travelers

  • Citizens of Oman, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia can now benefit from fast and convenient 
eVisa portal when arranging their next visit to the city of St. Petersburg.
Guarded by two marble lions at the entrance, the Four Seasons Hotel Lion Palace St. Petersburg sits within the walls of a 19th-century royal palace in the beautifully preserved imperial city of St. Petersburg. Celebrated globally for its history and architecture, Russia’s cultural capital recently became an even more attractive destination for GCC travelers thanks to the introduction of a convenient new online eVisa process.
Launched at the beginning of October, the St. Petersburg eVisa portal enables citizens from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Oman to enjoy the benefits of fast and simple online visa applications. Travelers can simply fill in the online form, upload a photograph, and can complete the entire process in just a few clicks. Applications can be made within 20 days of traveling, and up to four days before arrival. The visa is valid for stays of up to eight days in St. Petersburg and the surrounding Leningrad Region.
Felix Murillo, general manager of Four Seasons Hotel Lion Palace St. Petersburg, said: “The introduction of the eVisa portal offers a new level of convenience for international travelers, making it easier than ever for GCC citizens to arrange a trip to our wonderful city. Our concierge team takes great pleasure in highlighting St. Petersburg’s historical and cultural visitor attractions, and will be happy to arrange anything our guests may require to turn every trip into an unforgettable experience. We look forward to welcoming visitors from the Middle East to our beautiful hotel to share cherished moments and create memories that will last a lifetime.”
The Four Seasons Hotel Lion Palace St. Petersburg is located in the upmarket Admiralteysky district and was originally constructed in the early 19th century for Prince Alexander Yakovlevich Lobanov-Rostovsky.
Since first opening its doors to guests in 2013, the property offers 183 rooms, including 26 sumptuously decorated suites.
Perhaps the most stunning of the hotel’s accommodations is the one-of-a-kind Lobanov Presidential Suite, where guests can gather by the living room fireplace for a night of intimate conversation, host an al fresco dinner party on the expansive private terrace with stunning views of the Admiralty building and the surrounding park, or retreat to the grand master bedroom for a quiet and cosy evening.
The hotel is inviting guests to embark on a range of culinary adventures across its three restaurants. Diners can experience pan-asian fusion flavors at Sintoho, authentic Italian dishes at Percorso and modern Russian cuisine at The Tea Lounge.
Catering to the needs of visitors from the Middle East, halal meat is available on request.