Samsung is giving some of its users a chance to try out new devices for three days before others. In fact, Samsung announced the Galaxy Earlybird To Go service in South Korea. Under this program, consumers will be able to use new Galaxy products and try out wearable products before others. Samsung asked users to submit stories about how they would like to try out the new Galaxy products, either alone or with others. Samsung asks users to submit their stories, from which the winner will be selected through the lottery system. The winners will get a chance to try out the Galaxy device before the others.
You will get a chance to try these products
Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Z Flip 4, Galaxy Z Fold 4, Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Buds 2 Pro at the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked 2022 event. Within the “Galaxy Earlybird to Go” service, users will get a chance to try out these products before others. Samsung currently operates the “Galaxy Earlybird to Go” service in South Korea only.
How long will the program run, see schedule
Samsung will accept entries from July 28 to August 3 and will announce the winners on August 8, 2022. Samsung has announced that 1,800 people will be selected through a lottery system and products will be provided on a first-come-first-served basis. Samsung will run this program from August 4 to August 10 and then from August 11 to 17.
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Products will only be available for 3 days
These products will be assigned randomly and the user cannot change these products. Winners must collect products from selected websites. After collection, winners can use these products individually or with friends and family. Samsung will provide these products for three days, after which they will have to be returned to the company.
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The device will not work after the return period expires
Samsung states that users will be responsible for any damage or loss to the product during this service experience, and Samsung also states that the device will not function at full capacity after the return period has expired.