Samsung and Guinness record for unboxing Galaxy S22 Ultra with 1820 customers


Samsung and Guinness record for unboxing Galaxy S22 Ultra with 1820 customers

Samsung and Guinness record for unboxing Galaxy S22 Ultra with 1820 customers

Samsung recently (March 5) held an event called EpicUnboxing for Galaxy S22 Ultra was held. This event was a great success for the Korean tech giant; Because there were more than 1,820 customers who pre-booked the Galaxy S22 Ultra in 17 different cities and set a new Guinness record.

According to Gizmochina, Samsung world record for unboxing The Galaxy S22 Ultra has been recorded for the largest number of people unboxing the same product in multiple locations at the same time.

Recently, the company broke another record; Where the Galaxy S22 series became Samsung’s best-selling reserved device with more than 100,000 orders in just 72 hours. The EpicUnboxing event was also the company’s way of thanking them by presenting the limited edition S22 Ultra in boxes created specifically for these customers.

In the Galaxy S22 Ultra limited edition box, the company’s customers will get the phone along with a Galaxy Watch 4 smartwatch and another amazing gift, the Galaxy Buds TWS headphones. 2, they received In addition, this limited edition box included a special thank you note from customers. It is worth noting that this world record was recorded before the launch of the Galaxy S22 series in India.

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Aditya Babar, the chief executive of Samsung, said about setting this record:

Today It is a very big day for us and I am very proud to be a part of the team that managed this record breaking event in 17 cities. I thank all the customers and fans who came together to capture this truly historic day for Samsung. We have officially entered the Guinness World Records with EpicUnboxing and we are happy to be able to celebrate this epic achievement with our fans.

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