Samsung opened its world’s biggest mobile experience center in India, in the recent past, in September. Samsung’s Opera House showcase the company’s products ranging from mobile phones, tablets, QLED TVs, Smart TVs, refrigerators, wearable, etc.
The store covers an area of 33,000 sq. ft. in Bengaluru the state of Karnataka. Samsung also offers Virtual Reality (VR) experience to customers with 4D Sway Chairs, Whiplash Pulsar 4D chairs that offer 360-degree three-dimensional movements to aid in this VR experience.
A home theater zone lets customers watch movies, provided they book a slot ahead of time and Home Appliance zone featuring a kitchen set with live cooking demonstrations.
There’s a 24-feet wall that features all the mobile accessories, from cases, covers and power banks.
The center is also a place to head for any support related issues with a customer service center.
Previously, the company had announced the opening of world’s biggest mobile phone manufacturing facility in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh as the South Korean tech giant seeks to expand production in the South Asian nation.
Samsung, which has been assembling phones in India since 2007, also plans to export India-made handsets to Europe, West Asia, and Africa.