In response to customer demand to have more places where they can experiment and discover new products, Samsung has announced the upcoming opening of three retail stores in the United States the same day that the company is organizing its Galaxy Unpacked 2019 event.
This decision, Samsung explained in an announcement about the stores, also relies on related efforts, such as the organization by Samsung of instant display sites in the country, which allow users to test gadgets related to the virtual reality and others. The company has also opened its Samsung 837 immersive installation – described by the South Korean giant as a sort of playground for new technologies – in the Meatpacking District of New York City. It is time to move on.
Samsung Experience stores will open in The Americana at Brand shopping center in Los Angeles; Roosevelt Field Mail on Long Island in Garden City, New York; and The Galleria Mall in Houston. Among other things, Samsung promises visitors from all three countries the chance to discover "the next generation of Samsung technologies". This includes becoming familiar with new products such as smartphones, tablets and Galaxy mobile devices, and spending time with in-person demonstrations by company representatives and customer support, including immediate repair for customers. mobile devices.
Guests will also be able to interact with 4D VR technology, play games with friends in an immersive 4K player lounge, watch 8K Samsung TVs, create AR emoji and more.
"Our new Samsung Experience stores are living spaces and materialize Samsung technology that allows users to do what they never thought possible," said President and CEO of Samsung Experience. Samsung Electronics America, YH Eom. "We want to create a" playground "for Samsung fans – a place to learn and try all the amazing new products we have to offer."
The three stores will open on February 20th. The same day, at its Unpacked event, Samsung will introduce new phones, including its popular collapsible handset. For a variety of reasons, this year's event marks a turning point in the company's mobile phone efforts, with 2019 marking the 10th anniversary of Samsung's Galaxy smartphone lineup.