Samsung updates Family Hub for connected fridges

Isaac Cain
January 11, 2019

Samsung has never had a major Galaxy launch primarily in San Francisco before; these events have typically been in NY or at MWC in Barcelona.

If you'll recall, Samsung showed off the Infinity Flex-toting device in November, but it was essentially hidden behind a protective case.

It's unclear if the February event will spend as much time discussing Samsung phones' prowess as a gaming phone, or if the company will be further detailing its anticipated foldable phone the Galaxy F. For more information about Samsung Home Appliances, please visit www.samsung.com.

"Samsung unveiled its 98" QLED 8K - it's largest yet - adding to its 2019 lineup that features 65", 75", 82", and 85" models.

"Because it is the first foldable phone by Samsung, we are thinking more about offering some powerful contents for better user experiences that can be earned only from the foldable phone", the official said.

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A 2019 CES Innovation Award Honoree in the Software and Mobile Apps product category, the new Family Hub will be featured at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) from January 8-11, 2019. But inch by inch, Samsung is getting more serious about it.

"Family Hub helps foster true family connection, food management, and a connected home experience in today's fast-paced modern world", said Samsung in a statement. Furthermore, the South Korean giant also introduced a gaming laptop, "Notebook Odyssey" which has a GeForce RTX card.

What we can probably glean from this conversation is that the Galaxy X/Galaxy Flex/Galaxy Whatever-It-Will-Be-Called isn't likely to be released until Q2 2019 - hence the specification of first half, as opposed to first quarter.

A different report from The Wall Street Journal also offers the same date and location for the Galaxy S10 press conference. Their MicroLED technology offers modular design, immersive viewing, and landscape screens, completely personalized for a viewer's space and needs.

CES has kicked off with the showcasing of a number of mindboggling innovations, the latest among which is the next level of Samsung and Harman's joint project, the Digital Cockpit platform.

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