Galaxy Studio opens its doors
Get hands on with the latest Samsung products at its exclusive studio.
Samsung Malaysia Electronics president Lee Sang Hoon (front right) and Liew challenging each other at the Fitness booth at the studio, while (from left) IT & Mobile Business business manager Yoo Jin Hyun, chief marketing officer Elaine Soh and IT & Mobile Business sales head Hosea Heen cheer them on. — Samsung TRY before you buy – this rings especially true if you’re planning to spend your hard-earned money on the latest gadgets.
Making it easier for you to make up your mind is the Samsung Galaxy Studio where you can explore and experience the latest Samsung devices.
Only selected major cities, including Sydney, Stockholm, Dubai and Hong Kong have hosted the Studio, and the Kuala Lumpur one is located within the city’s golden triangle.
The Galaxy Studio will be open for only three months to offer fans a one-stop all-round Samsung experience, letting them try many devices, including the new Galaxy Note 8, Gear VR with Controller and Gear 360.
“We are thrilled to celebrate the official launch of Malaysia’s first Galaxy Studio in Kuala Lumpur because we believe that such excitement and fun should be shared with all Samsung fans here,” says Samsung Malaysia Electronics IT & Mobile Business head Liew Kian Meng.
“This is a good opportunity for those who are not familiar with Samsung products to get up close and personal with our innovative devices and discover how we have designed them to fit their lives, be it for work or for leisure.”
At the Galaxy Fitness station, visitors can strap on the Gear Fit 2 Pro and cycle on stationary bikes to check their fitness level.
The Galaxy Studio is also manned by Samsung personnels who are on hand to explain the products and the Samsung experience in detail.
The Galaxy Studio is officially open to the public until Jan 31, 2018.
Samsung says there will be activities and promotions lined up in the coming months.
Visitors will be able to explore and experience the latest Samsung devices at the Studio. — S.H. ONG/The Star