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Samsung unveils Smart Hub 2.0 and Smart Built-In devices at CES 2017

Just as we countdown to the start of CES 2017, Samsung has unveiled a couple of new innovations in the form of new Family Hub 2.0-enabled refrigerators and Smart Built-In cooktops. These Family Hub products will support Samsung Pay in South Korea very soon, so there’s no dearth of innovative features with these products.

Family Hub 2.0 will be integrated with a range of three-door, four-door French Door as well as the four-door Flex models. Customers will be able to perform a wide range of functions using these Family Hub 2.0 powered refrigerators. Thanks to the 21.5-inch touchscreen onboard, family members can create individual profiles and share photos, to-do lists, memos and much more.

Samsung is collaborating with services like Grubhub, Nomiku, Glympse, Ring, Spotify, and iHeartRadio to provide the best service and entertainment to the customers. As for the internal features of the refrigerator, customers can use the View Inside cameras to check which items need to be restocked.

Speaking about the new arrivals, Byung-Sam Seo, President of Home Appliances at Samsung Electronics, said “After just one year of availability, the Family Hub has transformed the concept of the connected kitchen by enabling users to order and manage grocery shopping, connect with family and friends, and access entertainment right from the comfort of their kitchen.”

Samsung also announced new Smart Built-In cooktops ahead of CES 2017. These new features will be enabled by default on Built-in Double and Single Wall Ovens, Built-in Gas Cooktops, Built-in Induction Cooktops, Built-in Electric Cooktops, and Built-in Range Hoods. Features like the Samsung Smart Divider will allow cooks to efficiently use three different oven spaces for different purposes.

The entire range of appliances will be shown off in detail over the coming days by Samsung.

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