Samsung Electronics proven an early standout during the opening festivities of CES 2016.
The consumer electronics giant unveiled its vision for 2016 during its press conference yesterday at the convention in Las Vegas.
The company underlined the importance of innovation that makes a meaningful difference in people’s everyday lives, and showcased its focus on the Internet of Things (IoT) as an open platform, with SmartThings technology, a company statement explains.
Samsung also revealed the new bezel-less curved SUHD TVs with Quantum dot displays, the connected Family Hub refrigerator, its newest smartwatch – the Gear S2 Premium, and a large screen Windows tablet, the Galaxy TabPro S.
“Samsung has continuously worked to help people live smarter lives, and this year we have taken a huge step forwards with our diverse, IoT-enabled products and services,” said Tim Baxter, President and Chief Operating Officer of Samsung Electronics America. “We will continue to enhance consumers’ quality of life by listening to their needs and strengthening our ecosystem.”
Samsung delivered the press conference from a stage enhanced by its own display technology, using a large 18.3m x 4.8m curved screen, which the company designed and built using its own LED signage, to deliver immersive and ultra-realistic images of its products.
Additionally, Samsung was on hand to break barriers in mobile productivity and wearable technology.
At the CES press conference, Samsung also introduced the Gear S2 classic with two new color variants—Rose Gold and Platinum.
To learn more about what Samsung is showing off this week on the CES floor, click here.