MOFA ON CALL
Samsung Electronics The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has rolled out a mobile application to help those travelling abroad in case of emergencies.
The newly redesigned app called MOFA Qatar, which is bilingual and available on all platforms, gives citizens and residents of Qatar access to a host of information when they are travelling abroad, from travel advice and location to contact details of Qatari missions in various countries. Additionally it also gives limited information on embassies in Doha and related visa informa- ic-heavy games without lag time. Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+, developed from the same design of Galaxy S6 edge, features the new ‘Apps edge' for easy access to favourite apps, and enhanced ‘People edge' for easy communications with preferred contacts by just swiping the edge display.
The Galaxy Note5 and the Galaxy S6 edge+ also feature 4K video filming and Live Broadcast, which let users instantly livestream Full HD video straight from their tion. Tourists and business travelers can choose to fill in a pre-registration form when they are flying out of the country so that the ministry can contact you in case of emergencies. A “request assistance” function sends the ministry helpline an alert along with the location. Other functions include a currency exchange, weather forecasts, a list of prayer times and ministry news updates. phone to any individual, group of contacts, or even the public through YouTube Live. Both devices were made available at all major retailers in Qatar at the end of August and come in White Pearl, Black Sapphire, Gold Platinum and Silver Titanium. The Galaxy Note5 32GB and the Galaxy S6 edge+ 32GB retail at QR2,799 and QR3,099, respectively, and the Galaxy S6 edge+ 64GB version will retail at QR3,399.