Korean handset maker Samsung on Tuesday launched Galaxy S6 edge+ in India. The country’s R&D team has been involved in the development of key features of the product. The new premium smartphone to be manufactured from the Noida facility will be available from August 28 across the country. Samsung has invested Rs 517 crore for the expansion of the Noida plant under the UP Mega Policy.
With almost 15 smartphones already compatible for 4G network, Samsung is ready to give customers choice to choose from smartphones when the network gets operational in full swing, said Asim Warsi, vice-president, marketing, IT & mobile, Samsung India at a press conference.