Samsung Electronics has opened Galaxy Studios for customers to try out its latest Galaxy Note20 series smartphones in South Korea, the company said on Monday.
It will open five such studios at hot spots in Seoul.
These place will have measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Samsung said.
They will have the entrance and exit separate and visitors will need to preregister beforehand. Visitors will have their temperature checked and will be given masks and gloves..
Products and related kits will have disinfectant sprayed constantly and a disinfectant company will clean the zones three times a day.
Tables and seats will be kept apart as well, Samsung said.
Samsung will also run an online try out service using chat app KakaoTalk. Visitors will be able to have a video conference with Note20 experts to have the features of the phones explained.