Most likely the Samsung kiosk. I have a few friends who started working with Samsung selling products. I was talking to the manager at my local BB after my interview and he told me they are moving laptops, phones, and Samsung to the front of the store to attract guests, and will move movies, gaming, etc to the back. I assume they want to start pushing items with higher markups so that they can turn profits.
edit: One of the gaming dept. employees told me that trades will now be done at customer service (at least at my local BB). Not sure if the gaming register is going away or not.
You're lucky just to have the interview...my Best Buy has about 10 spots open, for about a month now, and all the people I know there are like "yeah, with the manager turnaround and everything were definitely hiring"...yet i haven't gotten one interview out of 3 applications I've put in, even with my extensive customer service past...and ive had associate store supervisors and "high-ups" put in good words for me because they know me so well from shopping there. Even been in a time or two to follow-up, and I get told the same thing by the hiring coordinator "we'll, if you're expecting to hear back from us, it'll probably be later today when I make the calls"..
I know that store like the back of my hand, and my knowledge of multiple departments would definitely be an asset to them...more so than I can say about some of the lackluster employees they have around there. Some, I don't even know how they got hired there. It's sad too, knowing a job I'd be extremely good at is open, yet never getting the time of day