Samsung Home Appliances: Plans for the Future

Samsung Home Appliances

What manufacturers will surprise the pampered user in 2023, we can already know today: what modern technologies were introduced, how have improved the basic functions and what new features have been introduced in the design?

The year 2022 was not easy for the whole world. The tense geopolitical situation did not have the most positive impact on the global economy and the lives of consumers. Many companies, including Samsung, were forced to reconsider some aspects of business, in particular, to change or even rebuild supply chains. But despite the challenges, Samsung has continued to delight millions of customers with innovative products. Last year, 2022, the company introduced the smart portable projector The Freestyle, powerful foldable smartphones Galaxy Z Fold4 and Z Flip4, as well as new unique household appliances of the Bespoke family.

The 2019 pandemic has left behind some interesting trends that have lasted for several years. This year, the work-at-home trend continued. To ensure maximum productivity in such conditions, Samsung has developed new solutions – unique smart monitors that allow you to stay at home and remotely use the resources of your work computer via the Internet. The company has also expanded its environmental efforts by starting to use recycled materials in its products, from mobile devices to televisions, as well as in packaging.

Samsung uses fishing nets caught from the ocean to produce some components of new mobile devices, accessories, and laptops. In the coming years, the company plans to take even more global measures to protect the environment.

Samsung will continue to create even more innovative devices and solutions, from smartphones and accessories to refrigerators and TVs, to improve the lives of people around the world with cutting-edge, inspiring ideas.

According to our expert Aleksei Titov, one such solution is the Knox platform, which protects user data at the hardware level plus checks for vulnerabilities at the hardware level.

There are a lot of scenarios for using Knox, it is a useful thing, but next year it will become even more interesting, as Knox will be integrated into all Samsung devices, including household appliances.

Knox is only possible with a chip, which is responsible for the security of the device at the hardware level. So it is quite understandable why Knox first appeared on smartphones and tablets, where a potential hack can cause a lot of problems for a person, his data being of interest to intruders.

We’re talking about appliances getting access to the SmartThings service, you can control them from your phone. And notifications about problems with your appliances, such as Samsung washing machine 5c error, you will be able to notice in time.

By the end of 2023, Samsung intends to produce 100% of its appliances with Wi-Fi support. This will allow them to be integrated into the SmartThings ecosystem and perform several “smart” functions. In addition, the manufacturer intends to convert all remotes for its TVs to be powered by solar energy.

It is assumed that all of Samsung’s new appliances, including refrigerators, washing machines, dryers and ovens, air purifiers and microwaves, air conditioners, and other devices can be included in the smart home system.

In the example of Samsung Knox, we see a systematic approach, when the company is working to prevent future threats, it is working ahead of the curve. And the fact that all home appliances and smart devices will become like this is a good thing. Problems such as Samsung washer sc code, for example, will be much easier to solve. It is additional protection for our data and our everyday household life.

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