Samsung unveils expanded Bixby, more notebooks, more AI
11 January, 2019, 01:57
The US smartphone maker is presumed to be thinking of a device that folds both inwards and outwards in comparison with Samsung's inwards-folding one, the patent showed.
A 2019 CES Innovation Award Honoree in the Software and Mobile Apps product category, the new Family Hub will be featured at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) from January 8-11, 2019. If you have some ideas based on this invite, please put them in the comments below.
Surely, the Galaxy S10 will be unveiled at the event, but the teaser leaves the impression that we may see more of the company's phone with a foldable display. On top of everything, the phone will also include an in-display fingerprint scanner, and ship with Android 9 Pie out of the box, with Samsung's brand new One UI Android overlay.
For more CES 2019 coverage, check out this link. Family Hub continues to set a new standard for connected living, bringing the family together in the kitchen while freeing users up to focus on what's important to them. The 98-inch technology marvel supports HDMI 2.1 and is able to upscale the content to take advantage of extra pixels.
Our CES 2019 coverage keeps chugging along and not everything we cover is a TV or smartphone.
People at the booth couldn't touch the device, but according to ZDNet reporter Corinne Reichert, who saw it and snapped the picture above, it comes with the same basic design as Samsung's current phones. Family Hub 2019 can send a memo using voice commands, control multiple devices at once, receive notifications from other smart devices inside the home, seamlessly integrate with smartphone applications, and provide a space for family pictures and notes, just like refrigerators of old. The new Communal Screen serves each family member in a highly personal way with a home screen that has been redesigned to maximize aesthetics, functionality, and connectivity. For gamers, Samsung announced the Notebook Odyssey, a powerful laptop utilizing Nvidia's new GeForce RTX 2080. But could there be more to look forward to than the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+?