Samsung has more than new phones to introduce on February 20th
by Alan Friedman / Feb 14, 2019, 6:18 PM
On February 20th, Samsung will introduce the Samsung Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, the foldable Galaxy F and the Galaxy Ear Buds. On the same day, Sammy will be opening three new Samsung Experience stores in The Americana at Brand in Los Angeles; Roosevelt Field on Long Island in Garden City, NY; and The Galleria in Houston. Samsung announced the opening of these stores today.
Inside these stores, visitors will be able to have hands-on experiences with Samsung products and view demos from experts in the store. These stores will also sell Samsung products including smartphones, tablets, wearables and more. Additionally, each store will provide customer service and will offer in-store repairs of mobile devices. Sound familiar? Each Samsung Experience store will also allow visitors to check out 4D VR, play in a 4K gaming lounge, and create their AR emoji. Also on display will be Samsung's 8K televisions.
Apple has made its stores more than just retail locations with its Today at Apple classes and workshops. Samsung might follow suit, but its first step is to see whether these stores generate business and warrant expansion to more malls. Samsung believes in the concept. The company says, "Galaxy fans, in particular, mentioned that they were looking for a space to call their own, a place where they can get a feel for Samsung products first-hand." And next Wednesday not only will they have three new Samsung stores to visit, they will also have some new products to celebrate.
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Samsung Experience is a joke compared to Apple stores
posted on Feb 14, 2019, 7:20 PM 0
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Oh ye Apple bigots (i.e. Peaceboy) rise up and stick your ingnorant feet in your mouth. Is use ignorant in the literal meaning of "lack of knowledge". You assume (ass out of you and me) all things Apple are superior just because they are "Apple". Classic bigotry.
posted on Feb 14, 2019, 7:55 PM 18
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Then tell me. Do you get bloatware apps when you purchase an iPhone?
posted on Feb 15, 2019, 4:40 AM 0
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Its taken this long for them to officially Bring the stores to the USA. Other countries even the less developed ones have had independent service centers and stores for years. Embarrassing, no seriously although its better late than never, they have alot of catching up to do.
posted on Feb 15, 2019, 12:07 AM 0
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It's because most sales of phones in the USA happen through the carriers which handle their own sales, warranty and exchange operations. The biggest retailer for phones is Best Buy and Best Buy has had Samsung Experience sections in them for years. Our market isn't the best for stand alone stores. While I agree it would be very nice to have a physical store to walk into it's not something I really need.
posted on Feb 21, 2019, 9:22 PM 0
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