The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 hit stores in over 58 countries on Wednesday. The launch in Africa happened in Cape Town, South Africa and the product will be available in Nairobi in October.
The Galaxy Note 3 is a cross between a phone and a tablet - a so-called "phablet" - which has a larger screen than an average Smartphone.
The new device offers a huge, 5.7" full HD screen which is said to looks very good for movies and TV.
It also has dual shot, simultaneous HD video and image recording, geo-tagging, touch focus, face and smile detection, image stabilisation, panorama and HDR.
The Note 2 had been received very well in the Kenyan market since it's launched in 2012 and Samsung hope its new version will equally be a success.