Samsung launches most affordable M-Series smartphone
Kathmandu, 13 March (2023) - Samsung announces the Pre Order of Galaxy M04 today from Daraz. The latest addition to the popular Galaxy M series promises unprecedented style and unmatched experiences to meet the needs of young Gen Z consumers.
Galaxy M04 comes with up to 8GB RAM along with RAM Plus feature. The unique RAM Plus solution allows users to expand RAM size as per requirement. Consumers need not worry about storage space as Galaxy M04 also come with expandable storage of up to 1TB. It is powered by MediaTek Helio P35 processor that can clock up to 2.3GHz. Users will experience enhanced performance, smooth multitasking, seamless app navigation and uninterrupted gaming.
Galaxy M04 sports massive 6.5 inch display for immersive viewing experience. The large screen helps tech-savvy Gen-Z users to glide smoothly past their social media feeds. Binge-watchers can enjoy their favorite content on the go without any stutter.
It features massive 5000mAh battery that keeps you powered at all times and comes with in-box charger. Galaxy M04 supports adaptive power-saving mode that adapts to your usage and switches to power-saving mode automatically if the battery is below 50 percent. The AI Power Management on Galaxy M04 puts apps to sleep if they have not been used for three days and puts them into deep sleep if not used for a month. It also comes with four years of security updates and two times OS upgrade, making it future-ready smartphone.
Galaxy M04 is available at an effective price of NPR 15,999/- for 4GB+64GB variant and NPR 17,999/- for 4GB+128GB variant. Galaxy M04 will come in two trendy colors – Sea Glass Green & Shadow Blue and will be available exclusively on Daraz.
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