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Delivery in three minutes: Your brand new Samsung smartphone will be delivered by drones. If you live in a small Irish town

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Samsung is going to deliver its goods by drones in Ireland. To do this, the Korean giant has entered into a partnership with Manna Drone Delivery, whose devices will be engaged in delivery.

The drones are reported to be delivering new devices, including the Galaxy S21 Ultra, Galaxy Buds Pro, Galaxy Tab S7, Galaxy Watch 3, and the new Galaxy A line.

It is also worth noting that initially such a service will be available exclusively for residents of the small town of Oranmore, whose population is only about 5,000 people (data for 2016). That is, now it is more of an advertising campaign. But Samsung says it will work with Manna to expand service availability in Ireland in the future.

As for the Manna drones, they fly at 50-80 meters at a speed of over 60 km / h, so delivery will take a matter of minutes. More specifically, Samsung is talking about 3 minutes.

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