CES 2019: Samsung debuts next-gen family hub refrigerator

Samsung unveils expanded Bixby, more notebooks, more AI

Samsung shows off the foldable Galaxy phone and reveals a timeframe for release

Shifting from NY to San Francisco may be a sign that Samsung is trying to push its own developer partnerships, especially as it has struggled to make Bixby, its voice assistant, relevant this week at a CES trade show where Alexa and Google Assistant have dominated the space. The Mobile World Congress 2019 begins February 28th in Barcelona so you can do the math.

Samsung has developed the Digital Cockpit 2019 in collaboration with HARMAN which streamlines the driving experience for passengers and drivers.

The next flagship phone in Samsung's long-running Galaxy series, the S10, is slated to break cover on February 20th. At its CES press conference in Las Vegas, the company explained how its work in these core technologies is enabling innovation throughout its product portfolio. As these two are definitely among the more intriguing devices in Samsung's perceived 2019 lineup, it would come to no surprise that the rumor mill is eager to fill in all the blanks. On top of everything, the phone will also include an in-display fingerprint scanner, and ship with Android 9 Pie out of the box, with Samsung's brand new One UI Android overlay. The most exciting product by Samsung was the 98-inch 8K QLED TV which is the biggest 8K TV by Samsung, surpassing last year's 85-inch 8K TV.

The interface has been completely redesigned from the ground up. You can start your oven from your fridge, control all your connected devices in your home and more.

As we know more, so will you!

Trade shows such as CES have a lot going on out on the floor of all the booths but the really interesting stuff often happens behind closed doors. The company has just introduced its new Family Hub refrigerator and Samsung WF6300R washer. Huawei might use MWC to unveil its first foldable handset. But could there be more to look forward to than the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+?

Samsung also offered a peek into the future of Connected Living by demonstrating its latest developments in robotics platforms including the Samsung Bot Care, Samsung Bot Air, Samsung Bot Retail, and Samsung GEMS.

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