Located in Bonifacio High Street, Taguig the Galaxy Studio serves as a testament to Samsung’s commitment to redefine technology to enrich their consumers’ lives, and it shows—you can have an advanced and highly immersive user experience while you explore the new Galaxy Note8’s best features.
Here is a preview of what you can see at the Galaxy Studio
First stop: Gear VR 4D Theater
Sit back and try to feel relaxed as you put on the Gear VR. You will be taken to an almost real-life experience of a rollercoaster ride or a race in space through virtual reality from a first person’s point of view. Just make sure that you don’t come here full from lunch because even the chair you’ll be sitting on is part of the experience. We’ll leave it up to you to find out what we mean.
Second stop: IP68 Liquid Canvas
You don’t have to find a pail of water to dunk the Galaxy Note8 in just to test its IP68 Enclosure. Stop by the IP68 Liquid Canvas and take the selfie with the Galaxy Note8. Once you’re happy with your selfie, align the phone with the sensor under water and watch it transform the selfie you’ve just taken into a canvas portrait.
Third stop: Art Zone
You can’t mistake the Art Zone for anything else—the design just screams what it is. The space is enclosed with walls covered in doodles from top to bottom, and in the middle of it is a display of different Samsung flagship smartphones. Galaxy Note8 units are available here as well to amaze you as you test them out. Take a few snaps to see how the Dual Camera captures photos in the best quality, and then pull out the S Pen to add doodles over it. Hope the interior of the Art Zone gets your creative juice flowing!
Aside from those three main stops, you can also find accessories for your Galaxy phone. There’s a Samsung DeX demo area for you to see how you can seamlessly transition your phone to a desktop for a widescreen PC experience. If you’re searching for something simple instead, like phone cases, there is also a wide array of that.
There’s even more to come at the Samsung Galaxy Studio. Starting November, consumers can play with the Interactive Table, an advanced screen that lets users explore the key features of the Galaxy Note8. Consumers can also look forward to a spherical surprise through the Snow Globe, a globe room where you can see the world in 360 degrees through the Samsung Gear 360.
The Samsung Galaxy Studio will be open to the public until March 2018.
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