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    Samsung Electronics Opens New Galaxy Experience Spaces For Unpacked 2023 And Beyond

    Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., has announced it will open 29 interactive Galaxy Experience Spaces around the world in locations such as San Francisco, London, Paris, Singapore, and Dubai, following the February 1 Galaxy Unpacked event. These venues will allow visitors and fans to see and interact with the newly unveiled devices and innovations.

    “Introducing innovation is about more than putting another device in customers’ hands,”
    “It’s about providing them with an open portal into new experiences, everyday connections, and the power to fuel their passions in new ways. That’s why we’re excited to expand the Galaxy Experience Space — to provide more people around the world with an in-person, immersive look at all Samsung technology has to offer and our approach to purposeful innovation.”

    Stephanie Choi – EVP & Head of Marketing of Mobile eXperience Business at Samsung Electronics

    Share the Epic at the San Francisco Galaxy Experience Space

    The marquee Galaxy Experience Space is located at 111 Powell Street in San Francisco. Consumers will be able to visit the space and participate in exciting interactive concept exhibits. Each concept will offer a unique experience, whether it’s getting behind the lens of Galaxy’s latest camera system, testing the potential of Galaxy’s connected ecosystem, or learning about Samsung’s efforts towards a sustainable future.

    When entering the space, visitors will step into Samsung’s ‘Everyday Sustainability’ vision and glimpse how Galaxy technologies incorporate eco-conscious practices. Among other immersive exhibits is a chance to explore exciting new camera features – all from a movie director’s chair. Guests can get hands-on with movie set-like displays, and view and enjoy camera settings to create their own shareable content.

    Bringing the Galaxy Experience Space to More People Around the World

    Samsung aims to make the Galaxy Experience open and accessible to as many people as possible. In August 2022, we introduced our first live experiences in New York City and London. This year, Samsung is continuing to bring that philosophy to life by introducing five Galaxy Experience Spaces and 24 Samsung stores or pop-ups globally.

    Galaxy Experience Space venues:

    • San Francisco: February 1 – 25 at 111 Powell Street
    • London: February 1 – March 12 at Westfield White City
    • Paris: February 1 – March 1 at Westfield Les 4 Temps
    • Singapore: February 2 – 25 at Gardens by the Bay, West Lawn
    • Dubai: February 2 – 28 at Dubai Mall

    Galaxy Experience Space in Samsung stores:

    • Bangalore: Samsung Opera House
    • Bangkok: Central World
    • Brussels: Docks Mall
    • Dallas: Stonebriar Mall
    • Houston: The Galleria
    • Kuala Lumpur: Pavilion
    • LA: The Americana At Brand
    • London: Samsung KX, Oxford Street, and Westfield Stratford
    • Manila: SM Megamall
    • Mexico City: Perisur
    • New York: Roosevelt Field
    • Palo Alto: Stanford Shopping Center
    • Shanghai: Samsung Shanghai Experience Center
    • Singapore: Vivo City
    • Taipei: Breeze Nanshan
    • Tokyo: Galaxy Harajuku
    • Toronto: Yorkdale Shopping Centre and Toronto Eaton Centre

    Galaxy Experience Space in Pop-up stores:

    • Dusseldorf: Westfield Centro
    • Helsinki: Kamppi Mall
    • Milano: Il Centro
    • Sao Paulo: Eldorado Mall

    Tune in to Samsung’s Unpacked event on 2 February at 02:00 AM Malaysian Time. The event will be streamed live on Samsung Malaysia YouTube, Samsung Malaysia Official Website, Samsung Malaysia Facebook and Samsung Malaysia Newsroom.

    From now until 2 February, register your interest at to receive first-hand updates on Samsung’s newest innovations and also an RM200 Samsung e-voucher.

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