Samsung has announced the launch of its latest tablet-style touchscreen device, Samsung Home Hub, which will offer "instant access" to customized and connected home services. The new device employs AI and SmartThings to recognize the requirements of its consumers and offer appropriate solutions.
Samsung Home Hub features two microphones and two speakers to enable users to easily get notified about notifications and utilize Bixby voice commands. When docked, with its "high-performance" microphones, the Samsung Home Hub can also recognize verbal commands spoken from the broader room.
Samsung's Executive Vice President and Head of Customer Experience at the Digital Appliances Business, Hyesoon Yang stated:
Samsung Home Hub brings seamless connectivity to the smart home and makes users’ lives easier by understanding their preferences and setting their home devices and smart appliances up accordingly. The connectivity of our devices and the Samsung Home Hub’s intuitive interface allow everyone in the home to get through their to-do list quickly.
Samsung Home Hub works as a home controller and provides a view of your connected home to aid in managing your house efficiently. Users will be able to connect the tech giant's new device to every product within the SmartThings ecosystem. Moreover, users can operate this 8.4-inch tablet from its dock or from anywhere in the house.
Starting in March, Samsung Home Hub will be available in Korea, and after that, it will be available for purchase globally.