This latest Samsung Smartphone created history, created a world record; know everything

 

The recently launched Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra smartphone of the smartphone brand Samsung has made a world record in its name. Let us know the reason behind this..


 

New Delhi. Korean smartphone maker brand Samsung launched a new smartphone series last month which also included Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. You will be surprised to know that Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra has created history because a world record has been registered in the name of this smartphone. Let’s know about this..

This Samsung smartphone created history

Samsung’s S22 series smartphone, Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra has created history as the name of this smartphone has been included in the Guinness Book of World Records. If you are wondering why this has been done, then let us tell you that the reason is related to the unboxing of the smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra sets a world record

In fact, on March 5, the company had announced a massive unboxing of this smartphone. In 17 cities, a total of 1,820 customers unboxed the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. Due to this massive unboxing, #EpicUnboxing, this smartphone was included in the Guinness Book of World Records. Let us tell you that the people who did the unboxing were also those who had pre-booked this smartphone.

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Swapnil Dangarikar, an official adjudicator for Guinness World Records, said that he is pleased to announce that Samsung India Electronics Pvt Ltd has set a new world record for ‘Most people unboxing simultaneously – multiple venues’ with 1,820 participants. Made it. Organized in 19 places, an event like this spectacular event has never been organized before.  

Along with this, Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra was also given to these users by the company along with a special limited edition box and Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Buds 2. Along with all this, a special thank you note was also given to the users in the seed paper.

 

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