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How to Watch Samsung Galaxy S10 Launch Live Stream

How to Watch Samsung Galaxy S10 Launch Live Stream

Samsung Electronics on Monday launched the next generation of its Family Hub refrigerator at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. And the company is announcing at CES an update to Family Hub with new features. This will bring down the cost as much as possible for the base model. 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.

Samsung plans to release one million foldable phones within the first half of this year, and consider churning out more, if market reaction turns out favourable. And, Bixby will continue to grow as more partners, such as Google, join the ecosystem.

Something to look forward to: Some expected Samsung to share more public information about the phone at CES but that doesn't appear to be in the cards. The 98-inch technology marvel supports HDMI 2.1 and is able to upscale the content to take advantage of extra pixels.

The impact of Bixby built into home appliances can be seen in everything from the Family Hubs more personalized screen experience and expanded universe of voice-activated apps; to an intuitive AI-powered laundry assistant in Samsungs new front load washer which makes washing clothes the way you want infinitely more intuitive and easier.

The design of the invite leaves no doubt that Samsung will launch the tenth edition of its flagship phone on February 20.




The screen features a new Family Board function, which can be personalised for different family members.

Taking intelligence a step further, with the Family Hub's seamless integration of SmartThings, owners can now see and control hundreds of Samsung and third party smart home devices right from the refrigerator screen and by voice with Bixby. What do you think of Samsung's new home appliance offerings?

The alleged Galaxy S10 Lite, carrying the model no. SM-G970U, scored 1986 on single-core and 6266 on the multi-core test.

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.