The Galaxy studios are temporary installations open to the public in iconic locations, and offer visitors the opportunity to try out an array of Samsung’s flagship smartphones and wearable products, including the Galaxy Note8, Gear Sport, Gear VR and Gear 360 camera.
Samsung Galaxy Studios
Since September, Galaxy Studios have showcased for limited runs in more than 20 locations, with further displays planned to bring Samsung devices to even more cities. Visitors can discover the latest consumer products such as the Gear Sport, Gear Fit2 Pro and IconX. Visitors are also able to test out the Gear Sport in a cycling challenge, enjoy an exhilarating 4D VR game, and film themselves in a 4D experience with the Gear 360.
Samsung Galaxy Note8
Among the Galaxy Studios’ highlights are hands-on experiences with the Galaxy Note8. After snapping a selfie, visitors learn how embellish the photo with the S Pen, then see themselves on the big screen in the S Pen gallery. Or they can witness the effects of the Galaxy Note8’s IP68 water resistance rating, either by using the S Pen to apply photo filters or using other features underwater. Visitors can also explore the various key features of the Galaxy Note8 by placing the device on an interactive table.
Samsung consumer products
Samsung hosts a range of unique experiences at their Galaxy Studios. Recently, artists and influencers were invited to Galaxy Studios to illustrate ways to utilize the Galaxy Note8’s signature S Pen and dual cameras to their fullest capacity, and to participate in workshops.
Samsung Galaxy Studios have also held fitness session using new products and wine tastings using the Gear VR. In addition, visitors were able to learn more about traffic safety in an immersive experience with the Gear VR, inside the Galaxy Studio’s fitness zone.
Galaxy Studios aim to use their locations in various cities to their best advantage and the venues have held charity concerts and other local events to give back to the community.