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Have You Tried Samsung’s “Infinity Box” At Grand Canal Dock?


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26th Apr 2017
Have You Tried Samsung’s “Infinity Box” At Grand Canal Dock?

Phones have moved on from being practical “bricks” – remember the early models? – that we can merely make calls and play ‘Snake’ on (memories); they have evolved into so much more that even deeming them smartphones doesn’t feel quite right. Sleek, compact and jam-packed with so much cutting-edge technology that we can’t keep up, phones now offer more of everything while on the go. Faster apps, incredible cameras and the rest, each time a new range hits?the market we wonder how it’s possible for such a small object to?be able to, well, do so much.

And we’re always surprised at how innovative these phones are. Samsung is a force to be reckoned with in this regard and with the launch of their all-new Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+, they are taking things to another level. To mark their launch, they have created a first-of-its-kind Infinity Box at Dublin’s Grand Canal Dock.

Roz Purcell in the Samsung Infinity Box

More than a mere box, it’s an interactive experience; the room takes visitors on a unique journey that explores the lines between technology and reality once you step inside… We’d tell you more, only that would ruin the surprise. Don’t take our word for it though, see for yourself. Members of the public can freely visit the Samsung Infinity Box from now through to Friday, April 29th.

Members of the public can freely visit the Samsung Infinity Box from now through to Friday, April 29th at Grand Canal Dock.

For more, see: https://www.facebook.com/SamsungIreland


Pictures: ?INPHO/James Crombie