If you are a fan of unique and customized gadgets, Samsung now has a cool program for you. The Korean giant announced the #YouMake campaign at this year’s CES and is now implementing this program in different countries around the world to allow users such as Galaxy smartphones, Samsung TVs and refrigerators to customize Samsung products. .. For more information, check out the details below.
Samsung launches #YouMake program
Samsung recently shared an official blog post announcing the start of the #YouMake program. The company also creates its own #YouMake page on its official website, showing you a variety of products and methods that you can customize to personalize your Samsung product. This is similar to the now obsolete MotoMaker program, which allows users to customize their phones in different ways.
Remember, Samsung has been With the launch of a series of “custom” products, we are focusing on customized products, Galaxy Z Flip 3 Bespoke Edition, Galaxy Watch 4 Bespoke Edition, Bespoke Jet Cordless Stick and more. Today, with the #YouMake program, the company aims to expand its vision of customized products and provide customers with a more personalized product experience.
When you visit the #YouMake page on Samsung’s website, You will be given the option to customize your product with different styles and color combinations To really make it yours. For example, if you customize the Galaxy Z Flip 3 Bespoke Edition, you can choose the colors of different parts of the exterior of your device to suit your style. The #YouMake program other than Galaxy smartphones can be applied to other Samsung products such as refrigerators, Frame TVs and Freestyle projectors.
Samsung #YouMake Program Will be available in 8 countries including United States, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, South Korea, NetherlandsBy next month. Going forward, this program will be extended to other countries around the world where Samsung operates.
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