All Samsung appliances will be “smart” before the end of 2023

Samsung announced at IFA that its plan for the near future in home appliances is to ship exclusively “connected” products. That plan is set to run until the end of 2023, when the company hopes to exclusively offer for sale “smart” appliances that are Wi-Fi connected and integrated into its proprietary SmartThings smart home system. Presumably non-smart models will remain on offer from older generations and will continue to be produced, but those with the latest capabilities and new-generation components will come exclusively as smart appliances.

Samsung is committed to smart home appliances, dropping the “unconnected” ones

The South Korean company says that towards the end of next year, all of its new refrigerators, washing machines, dryers, ovens, microwaves, air conditioners, air purifiers and the rest of the appliances it makes under its own brand will be smart devices. They will then be able to be controlled using smartphones, virtual assistants or remote controls. The advantage is that you’ll be able to constantly monitor the status of the devices, whether they’re operating or not, check what they’re doing all the time and control them remotely, even when you’re not at home.

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The idea behind connecting as many devices as possible in Samsung’s case comes from the direction of sustainability, being able to make devices that can turn themselves off when they don’t need to be operated, or that can be turned off or on remotely so they don’t run for longer periods. Of course, they will also have an AI Energy Mode, which can automatically select the most efficient settings. With a house full of such smart devices integrated into SmartThings, Samsung says 30% more electricity could be saved.

Also in the area of sustainability comes Samsung’s announcement that from 2023, all remote controls shipped with its TVs will integrate solar charging. This was already available on more expensive models as early as last year, but now even the cheaper ones will benefit from these capabilities. And this year, Samsung’s latest generation of remote control can also be charged from radio waves emitted by your Wi-Fi router.

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