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Samsung Mobile Store opens its doors in Paris, France

Posted In News - By AndroidPress on Wednesday, December 5th, 2012 With No Comments »

If you’re planning to take a trip to a Paris soon (or you happen to live there), then perhaps you should stop in at Samsung‘s first Mobile Store. The Samsung Mobile Store opened its doors late last week, and though it isn’t the first retail store for ol’ Sammy, it is the first retail location to focus only on the company’s mobile devices. This means that you can expect a ton of Android devices on display, among other things.

Samsung Tomorrow has posted images of this store inside and out, and we have to say it looks pretty cool. There’s something about the blue and white color scheme that just works, and the shop looks big enough to accommodate numerous customers while remaining small enough to retain a more intimate feeling. The employees are all decked out in Samsung blue, and of course, Samsung’s flagship products are on display and advertised everywhere.

If you’ve got children with you, there’s a place in the store created especially for them. In this children’s area, kids can interact with tablets that are packed with writing and drawing apps developed for their age group (Samsung says it’s intended for children aged 4-8). Customers can even recycle their old Samsung products at this store, with Samsung obviously hoping that they’ll spring for a new device once they’ve done their part to save the world.

Retail stores for tech giants are nothing new, of course, with Apple and Microsoft both opening stores on what seems like a pretty regular basis. We’re not sure what Samsung’s plans are for future stores, but if this one in Paris does well, we can see the company opening new Mobile Store in other regions of the world. We’ll just have to wait and see how this one does, so stay tuned.

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