Samsung is set to open a store in the South Korean capital of Seoul.
The company will hold a series of demonstrations to showcase its product portfolio and demonstrate the capabilities of its latest handsets, including the Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy S6 Edge, and the upcoming Galaxy Note 8.
The store is expected to open in mid-December, reports The Korea Herald.
The Samsung Experience Store is expected be able to offer a wide range of Samsung’s hardware, with Samsung’s flagship phones and tablets available for a variety of experiences.
The retailer is expected have the most diverse selection of products and services in the country.
The company will also launch a number of digital content services.
It will launch a digital content portal, which will be the hub for its content.
The portal will be available to users via the Samsung Experience portal, and Samsung will make its digital content available for free to its users.
Samsung will also begin the process of rolling out the Galaxy Note 7.
The Korean manufacturer will roll out the smartphone to users through an offline beta program.
It has also released a new Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 smartphone for users.
Samsung is expected launch the new Samsung Note 10 as early as December 1.