Samsung think of everyone, even those who love cooking, thanks to the range of smart appliances such as the wall oven. With a screen and touch controls, you can see live streaming what is cooking.
Samsung, the wall oven
Samsung’s relative oven detects the food inside, can suggest settings for baking ideal and can send notifications warning to prevent food from burning. You can keep everything under control thanks to the screen present on the oven or via l’app SmartThings, which allows you to control the oven remotely. In addition, there is also the option to take pictures of the dish being prepared or even stream the video.
The oven has integration Samsung Health which can suggest what type of workout to do and dietary goals based on the ingredients you have on hand.
The Samsung oven hood
Another novelty is the custom-made wall-mounted hood. It’s designed to match other bespoke appliances and reportedly runs at 65 decibels on the highest setting, and can sync with a Samsung smart hob to adjust fan levels based on what’s cooking.
Also, there is a air quality sensor to monitor its cleanliness. If your device detects that the air quality is low, you will receive suggestions via the SmartThings app on how to improve it. You will be notified when the air filter also needs to be replaced. As with the wall oven, the hood will be available in a variety of premium colors and finishes.
Meanwhile, the company has brought the new to the market frigorifero Bespoke Side-By-Side with touch sensors on each door, so you can open them when your hands are full. Like the 4-door Flex, it has SmartThings integration and a built-in Beverage Center with two options each for filtered water and ice.
There are also updates on the company’s commitment to the sustainability. This year, the company will release microfiber emission reduction cycles and filters for its Bespoke washing machines – the goal is to reduce microplastic pollution in water.