Samsung has more products than mobiles and televisions: its solutions for the home use all the technology of its most popular devices to change the way you carry the house
It is true that the Note 20 Ultra 5G mobile or the QLED Q95T television are more glamorous demonstrations of what Samsung does as a technology company, but that does not mean that it is the only thing they do. They also have a wide catalog of appliances and solutions for the home.
At their Life Unstoppable digital event, they presented the new RB7300T refrigerator, the new WW9800T washing machine and the new DV8000T dryer, and many other solutions for the home. It is strange to think that new things can be done with those electrical appliances that have been in our homes for so many years, but Samsung believes that they should be more connected to mobile phones and the digital services used in them to make our day-to-day something easier.
They have also taken the opportunity to announce a new project of more than 100 inches, called The Premiere; and re-show its range of televisions, both the highest-end, and those that are intended as design pieces: The Sero, The Frame, The Serif, or The Terrace.
They have also announced accessories for their mobile devices, such as a triple charging base for mobile phones, headphones, and a smartwatch, as well as a new tablet, Tab A7; a new 5G phone, the Galaxy A42 5G; and even a new smart bracelet, the Galaxy Fit2.
They have also launched a new gaming monitor, the Odyssey G55, large, panoramic and with high resolution and high image refresh rate.
The objective of this presentation was to show that Samsung has its own ecosystem that touches all the clubs in the world of technology and that keeps all the brand’s devices in constant communication.
Samsung has expanded its flexible home appliance offering with the Bespoke refrigerator. Launched in October in Europe, it is a modular design appliance that can be customized and upgraded according to user needs.
The new RB7300T refrigerator range has been designed for users to “maximize their purchase and keep food fresh for longer.” To do this, it uses Samsung’s SpaceMax technology to increase capacity and offer up to 385 liters of storage and two different height options. This equipment is optimized to save energy; the Digital Inverter Compressor automatically adjusts its speed depending on what’s in your fridge, to use up to 50 percent less energy.
Samsung has also welcomed a new era of smart and energy efficient washing machines with the new range of WW9800T washers and DV8000T dryers.
The Artificial Intelligence washer comes with a control panel and automatically learns user-preferred settings and cycles. Samsung’s EcoBubble technology maximizes the efficiency of detergent in cold water by mixing it with air and water before entering the drum to convert it into soft bubbles that activate faster. It also features QuickDrive technology, which reduces wash times by up to 50 percent and energy use by up to 20 percent.
When the new washer is combined with the new dryer, it offers a parallel wash experience. Thanks to Artificial Intelligence, they communicate via Auto Cycle Link to automatically set the correct drying course for the load you just washed.
The new dryer also features A +++ energy-rated heat pump technology, Samsung’s most efficient yet. The dryer is synchronized with the washing machine by Artificial Intelligence; communicate via Auto Cycle Link to automatically set the correct drying course for the load you just washed.
The latest in the presentation in terms of screens is The Premiere, an intelligent projector designed to offer the user “a large cinematic experience in the comfort of their home”, as indicated by the South Korean company.
It comes in 120 inches which saves home space and can be projected anywhere as you only need one wall. This device incorporates a ‘woofer’, Acoustic Beam surrounds sound and a state-of-the-art laser projector with 4K UHD image quality. It is also HDR10 + certified for more accurate image details as you go from light to dark scenes. This year it will be available for the first time in Spain, Germany, the United Kingdom, France, Switzerland, Austria, the Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, and the Nordic countries.
The company has again unveiled its The Terrace, the brand’s first screen built for outdoor viewing, which boasts an IP55 rating indicating that it is resistant to rain, moisture, dust, and insects. It employs Ultra Black technology, which eliminates reflections on the screen, averaging 2,000 nits of brightness and 4K image quality with Quantum dot technology.
It is complemented by The Terrace Soundbar, which features Adaptive Sound, which analyzes what you are seeing to deliver sound quality to match. This TV will arrive first in Spain, Germany, France, Italy, the United Kingdom, and Switzerland in 55, 65, and 75-inch models.
In televisions, the company has recalled its flagship model, the 8K television and QLED technology, the Q950TS, a thinner television that uses the ‘Infinity’ screen with which it offers a ratio of 99 percent and a profile of 15mm. In the sound section, they also recover the Q950T, Q800T, and Q60T bars, which have Q-Symphony technology, which adds the sound of the TV to that of the soundbar to optimize the entertainment experience.
And when it comes to its range of gaming monitors, Samsung is back to talking about its flagship monitors: Odyssey G9 and Odyssey G7. Amos has a 1000R curved display and offer a 1 millisecond response time and a 240Hz refresh rate. They are also compatible with the HDR10 + format.
These two models are joined by the new Odyssey G55, with Flicker-Free technology, which reduces eye fatigue so that gamers can stay playing longer.
THEY DO NOT FORGET MOBILE
Finally, the announcement of a new tablet, the Galaxy Tab 7. It has a 10.4-inch screen and its frames are symmetrical and thin, with a screen-to-body ratio of 80%. In its metallic body, it integrates four Dolby Atmos compatible speakers and a long-lasting battery.
Along with the tablet, a new mobile with 5G connectivity, the Galaxy A42 5G, available at the end of the year. It has a 6.6-inch Super AMOLED screen and the typical power of a mid-range mobile, although its price has not yet been revealed.
Finally, highlight the new Galaxy Fit 2 smart bracelet, designed for those who monitor their exercise on a daily basis; and the new charging base for all Samsung mobile devices, the Wireless Charger Trio, with three independent charging points with which it is possible to fill the battery of a mobile phone, a watch, and headphones at the same time.