Samsung begins delivering its products to users via Drones in Ireland (Manna)


Drones have become an increasingly widely used method in many areas, and we have long been hearing about experiments to use this advanced transport technology to deliver orders with ease, which is what South Korea’s Samsung intends to do, starting a special offer in a European country, Ireland.

According to media reports over the past few days, South Korean smartphone and electronics manufacturer Samsung has partnered with The Manna Drone Delivery, an Irish drone service company, to offer some of its products to buyers by drone, with galaxy S21 Ultra, Galaxy Buds Pro, Galaxy Tab S6 or even the Galaxy Watch 3 in Ireland.

Samsung Partners With Manna To Launch Drone Delivery Service To Irish Customers
Samsung Partners With Manna
Samsung Partners With Manna To Launch Drone Delivery Service

However, there are a number of conditions for this service, this service is currently only available to customers who will shop through Samsung’s official website in Ireland, as well as those living in Oranmore, Galway, so this new service can be seen as an experience, as things may be circulated if it goes well during this trial period to other cities in the same country.

Manna Drone Delivery’s Drones are capable of flying at 60 km/h, enough to allow them to reach Oranmore in just three minutes, after take-off from the warehouse.

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