Samsung launched its first-generation Family Hub refrigerators in 2016, and today, the South-Korean manufacturer is coming to CES with its new Bespoke 4-Door Flex Refrigerator with Family Hub Plus, which features a massive 32-inch FHD display.

The company increased the touch display size from 21.5 inches in the previous models to 32 inches, a 45% boost of the area where users can interact with photos and videos or create their shopping lists. From the tactile dashboard, family members can control SmartThings-compatible home appliances.

The Family Hub software now supports Google Photos and thanks to the new Samsung TV Plus’s new picture-in-picture (PIP) feature, users can watch their favorite TV shows while simultaneously keeping an eye on what the appliances are cooking. Samsung TV Plus offers more than free 190 channels for the U.S. and Korean markets.

The AI cameras inside the fridge analyze food images and labels, so users know what groceries they need to buy. The Beverage Center that provides cold filtered water is hidden behind the upper left door. The

Dual Ice Maker offers two ice options: regular-sized ice cubes and smaller Ice Bites. The FlexZone compartment can be easily converted from fridge to freezer, hence the product name.

The Bespoke 4-Door Flex Refrigerator with Family Hub Plus will be available in North America and Korea in the first half of 2023. The Family Hub software update will roll out to all markets where the Samsung’s smart refrigerators are sold in 2023. This includes Korea, the U.S., East and West Asia, Latin America, and Europe.

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