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30 Dec, 2022
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The Plus version of the Family Hub comes with a SmartThings hub and Samsung TV Plus.

As CES 2023 approaches, we are excited to announce the release of the new Samsung Family Hub Plus smart refrigerator. This latest model features a larger 32-inch touch display, up from the 21-inch display on previous models. The larger screen provides a more expansive canvas for displaying photos, shopping lists, videos, and controlling SmartThings devices.

In addition to the larger display, the Family Hub Plus also offers support for Google Photos and OneDrive integration, allowing you to easily display and share photos with your family or upload photos from the refrigerator to your mobile device. As with previous models, you can also enjoy the convenience of displaying artwork from the Bespoke Atelier app on your fridge.

The Samsung SmartThings hub, built into the new device, allows you to control multiple SmartThings devices from a single, large touchscreen. It also offers six SmartThings Home Life services: air care, home care, pet care, clothing care, energy, and cooking. Additionally, US users can access Samsung TV Plus, which provides 190 free TV channels, through the device. The screen can be used vertically for social media content such as TikTok and Facebook Shorts, or you can use picture-in-picture mode to watch videos while you do other tasks.

The device also integrates with Amazon's Your Essentials service, allowing you to order groceries and other products directly from the touchscreen. Samsung has not yet released any information on specifications or pricing, but we will learn more at CES 2023 in January.