The existence of the Samsung Touchscreen Fridge was first observed through a product announcement on Samsung Korea's official website. While it doesn't translate exactly, tech experts closely following pre-CES 2016 coverage have been able to glean enough details from the post to understand the outline of the new product.
Joining Samsung's list of smart appliances, the Samsung Touchscreen Fridge's most notable feature is a giant smartphone-shaped touchscreen that connects with the user's smartphone through remote apps or can be operated through the built-in screen. The stunning futuristic will also have "sophisticated" humidity and temperature sensors and a camera that monitors food spoilage, so users can take a look at last night's leftovers without having to get up from the couch.
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The New Samsung Touchscreen Fridge Will Launch at CES 2016
- By: Rebecca ByersJan 5, 2016