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Samsung will take part in the Korea Electronics Show 2022 in Seoul

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Last updated: October 4th, 2022 at 09:13 UTC+02:00

The Korea Electronics Show will be held from the 4th to the 7th of October at COEX in Seoul, and Samsung will participate in the event. The company is all set to introduce a bunch of customized life solutions through SmartThings at the event.

Samsung has reportedly set up an exhibition space of 890 square meters so that visitors could come and have a first-hand experience of the ‘Smart Things Daily Encyclopedia’ campaign, which has been running since last June.

To give you some context, the ‘SmartThings Daily Encyclopedia’ campaign showcases the experience of connecting a Samsung device and service along with other external devices in real-life scenarios. As of now, a total of 32 episodes have been released that showcase multiple lifestyle scenarios enjoyed using SmartThings. Besides, the entire ‘SmartThings Daily Encyclospedia’ campaign is receiving a positive response from customers.

At the KES 2022 exhibition center, Samsung will set up 5 themed experience zones. At the ‘Daily Power Level Up Zone,’ visitors can experience how using SmartThings with Samsung and its supported products can help them clean pet hair, get rid of odor using the ‘Pet Care Mode’ and also get a good night’s sleep easily and quickly using the ‘Sleep Mode.’

There will be a ‘Flip Photo Studio’ where visitors can take selfies using the Galaxy Z series foldables

In the ‘Wise Hobby Zone,’ visitors can experience team play with the Odyssey Gaming Monitor and use SmartThings to optimize indoor lighting. The ‘I love you Earth zone’  is for consumers to understand how they can practice energy saving by switching home appliances to power-saving mode.

The ‘My Own Kitchen Restaurant’ presents a more elevated cooking experience. Notably, consumers would be able to check the food storage status and order as per their requirements using the ‘View Inside’ function on the Bespoke Refrigerator Family Hub.

The ‘Sommelier at Home’ function also helps in preparing dishes that can be prepared. Last but not the least, in the ‘Family Peace Room zone’ visitors can experience how SmartThings can help them create an environment for their children to help boost their concentration and comfort.

Apart from these five zones, there is one extra zone at the center of the hall called the ‘Going Tomorrow zone.’ This will showcase Samsung’s efforts toward eco-friendly and sustainable management.

To add to the fun, there will be ‘Phone Cuzon’ and ‘Flip Photo Studio,’ where you can customize your own smartphone and take pictures from various angles using the Flex Mode of the Galaxy Z series foldable phones, respectively.

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