Samsung @CES 2023

At CES 2023, Samsung showcased the latest innovations for the Bespoke Home range: products equipped with Artificial Intelligence. This gives users the ability to experience their kitchens in a more sustainable way, by giving them insights into what their food will look like, how long it will take to prepare it, and more importantly, how it will taste. One product in particular stood out: a refrigerator with a larger and more immersive 32” display: the Bespoke 4Doors Flex™ with Family Hub™+, as well as the advanced AI Pro Cooking system for the Bespoke AI™ oven, which ensures delicious meals every time.,The new Bespoke 4-Door Flex™ refrigerator with Family Hub™+ introduces the exclusive Family Hub™ features on the Bespoke 4-Door model, equipping the all-in-one hub for communication and entertainment with an astonishingly large display The dynamic features of the Bespoke 4-Door Flex™ Refrigerator with Family Hub™+ are showcased on the 32-inch frameless FHD display – nearly twice the size of previous models. The new, larger dashboard also benefits from the larger display: it allows users to try out SmartThings services and monitor and control their compatible appliances more easily. The new Family Hub software is then installed on the refrigerator. Samsung TV Plus now includes more than 190 free channels while the integration with Google Photos transforms the platform into a digital frame on which it is even easier to share and view the shots. Thanks to the larger viewing surface and new picture-in-picture (PIP) function of Samsung TV Plus, users can simultaneously watch their favorite TV programs and also check and monitor the status of other kitchen appliances without losing sight of what they are preparing.

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