Samsung Galaxy S10 release date revealed as February 20

Samsung unveils expanded Bixby, more notebooks, more AI

Samsung unveils expanded Bixby, more notebooks, more AI

Samsung has always been the king of display technology, and this year's CES seemed no different as the South Korean giant kicked off CES 2019 with a number of innovative displays which show how Samsung is looking to lead the display technology. Technology is no longer something that needs to be learned, but rather something that functions seamlessly in ways that enhance their lives, provides increased personalization and allows them to spend time doing what matters most to them.

As well as the Galaxy S10, many pundits are expecting Samsung to reveal more about the folding phone it announced past year. Which of these devices are you looking forward to the most and why? And, Bixby will continue to grow as more partners, such as Google, join the ecosystem. Whether a viewer is watching content through a streaming service, set-top box, HDMI, USB or even mobile screen mirroring, Samsung's proprietary AI-based technology can recognize and upscale any content, regardless of the native resolution, to near pristine 8K quality.

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.

There you have the new Family Hub fridge and WF6300R washer in the home appliance category. This year, it did the same thing at CES 2019.

Samsung Electronics will take the wraps off the 2019 edition of the Family Hub refrigerator at CES 2019 that will run in Las Vegas for four days from January 8 (local time).

The Family Hub offers the simplified connectivity the family members to interact in a personalized way. For gamers, Samsung announced the Notebook Odyssey, a powerful laptop utilizing Nvidia's new GeForce RTX 2080. The version Samsung unveiled in early November was carefully camouflaged with the help of protective gear and lighting, as the phone's final design wasn't completed.

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

Samsungs connected living innovations will be available this spring.

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