Samsung is quite serious about becoming a major player in the home automation arena. To take this cause further the company acquired SmartThings last year for nearly $200 million. The company then talked about its plans for home automation technology at IFA 2014. Last year Samsung also talked about the Smart Home platform that is capable of working with third-party devices like IP cameras and door locks. Initially the new devices were supposed to arrive in Q2 but the company confirmed today that they have been delayed to Q3, 2015.

In an update on its official blog SmartThings today revealed that the new Hub, SmartSense Multi, Presence and Motion sensors have all been designed, built and are now actively being tested in the field.

The company says that while it originally anticipated a release in Q2 it now believes that the products will be ready to arrive in the third quarter of this year.

SmartThings says that it is working “around the clock” to ensure that users get the kind of experience that they will expect from this home automation technology.

A vague release time frame is all that SmartThings has to offer right now. It hasn’t provided a concrete release date just yet so we’ll have to keep waiting for that bit of crucial information.

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