Furthermore, this 17-fold increase in the MEA region is the highest of any region globally over the forecast period.
It is clear that consumers in the Middle East have an insatiable appetite for video. This is further evident through the fact that globally over 4 billion hours of video are being watched on YouTube each month and 72 hours of video is being uploaded to YouTube every minute.
This video trend shows no signs of abating as smart devices such as smartphones, tablets and hybrids have now become the norm; enabling consumers to enjoy video-rich content and applications while on the move.
With this in mind, Samsung has continued to demonstrate its keen understanding of consumers’ needs and desires with devices such as the Galaxy Note II and the Galaxy S III that offer optimal video and viewing experiences.
With an expansive 5.5” HD Super AMOLED screen size, the Galaxy Note II provides stunning visuals and crystal clear detail – the perfect platform for the consumption of video content. Its 16:9 screen ratio also ensures an immersive and enriched cinema-like experience, perfect for watching HD videos on-the-go.
Coupled with the portability of a smartphone and the full functionality of a tablet, the Galaxy Note II is the must-have device for the video-hungry consumer.
Another device that caters to consumers’ ever growing video appetite is the Samsung Galaxy S III. Its 4.8” HD super AMOLED display allows users to comfortably view video content like never before while on the move, ensuring maximum usability without compromising on portability.
Alongside video, consumers today are also looking for devices that are a personal expression of who they are and a reflection of their personality. From multimedia videos to photo albums and impromptu drawings, the Galaxy Note II and Galaxy S III enable users to tap into their inner creativity through a host of unique tools.
These include innovations such as the easy-to-use S Pen on the Galaxy Note II, Samsung’s All Share seamless streaming functionality for sharing content, and powerful third-party software such as Adobe Photoshop Touch.
No matter what the need, these kinds of consumer devices have proven to users in the Middle East today that it is not only possible to enjoy massive amounts of video content across mobile devices, but that it is also easier to share and personalize multimedia on-the-go.
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