The most eye-catching of Samsung’s reveals was the company’s 2016 “SUHD” (or ultra-high-definition) television sets, which will be offered with screen sizes ranging from 49 inches to 88 inches, and include a 10-bit Quantum dot display meant to make picture quality as true-to-life as possible.
The new televisions will roll out alongside a universal remote with smart control that eliminates the need for multiple remotes when using different video content services. Similarly, Samsung is adding so-called bezel-less design TVs in flat-screen 8- and 9-series SUHD TVs.
A fully automated home is still years away, but the building blocks are already here: the phone that turns on the coffee maker from the bedroom, the thermostat that controls the lights when you’re away, the window shades that lift when you say “good morning”.
Samsung has unveiled its new line-up of 4K TVs for 2016, and it’s holding off on OLED for another year at least.
Samsung gave appliances some more love with the connected Samsung Smart Washing machine.