Samsung launches Mobile PIN’s to introduce the Galaxy S III

Samsung Mobile PIN Store
Samsung Mobile PIN Store. Image: © Samsung Tomorrow

This Friday, Samsung announced that they will introduce new Samsung Mobile PIN stores in London to celebrate the launch of their new flagship smartphone, the GALAXY S III. The mobile stores are intended to encourage consumers to interact with the latest technology’s from Samsung, and try out the solutions with the help of fully trained members of staff.

The Samsung Mobile PIN’s have a unique glass-housed structure that has been specially engineered to capture the customers imagination with it’s futuristic design, but it’s still mobile enough to easily change location if needed. The wall of the Mobile PIN is made up of a two-way customized mirrored glass, making it the most dominate and eye catching feature. Even the furniture within the store has been specially designed to showcase the Samsung products design, and the user experience they offer.

The first two Samsung Mobile PINs will open on May 29 in London at Westfield Shepherd’s Bush and at Old Spitalfields Market. During the summer Samsung will launch two additional PIN’s. One in Hyde Park, and since Samsung is an official sponsor of the Olympic Games 2012, one will be placed within the Olympic Park. The conceptual idea is a moving landmark experience, like a pinpoint on a map which gave the new stores the name Mobile PIN.

Not only do the Mobile PIN stores offer a premium experience were visitors meet fully trained staff, that will share their product knowledge and provide demonstrations of the Samsung product range. Visitors are also invited to participate in innovative events surrounding the store, including a drawing competition using the GALAXY Note.