Samsung's Food Showcase fridges let you open the front panel of the refrigerator door to access the in-door shelves without opening the whole fridge. The newest models pack the feature into the French door form factor -- click through to take a a look.
The new French door Food Showcase models look more traditional than the original side-by-side model, which featured a unique, striking design.
You'll access settings and tweak the temperature using this touchpanel above the ice and water dispenser.
Inside, you'll find a total of 28.7 cubic feet of storage space, 18.9 of which are allocated to the fridge.
That's plenty of space for most needs -- we had no trouble fitting all of our test groceries and stress-test items inside of it.
To open the Food Showcase panel on the front of the right refrigerator door, just squeeze the trigger on the bottom half of the door handle.
With the Food Showcase door open, you'll be able to grab items out of the in-door shelves.
A number of features in the fridge are designed for more flexible storage. This shelf slides in under itself to make room for tall items.
This shelf folds up and out of the way for the same purpose.
This shelf slides out, making it easier to grab items stored in the back.
The icemaker lives in the top-left corner of the body of the fridge. It's about two inches narrower than the average French door icemaker, which gives you a little more space on that top shelf.
The Samsung French 3-Door Food Showcase sells for $3,400 list price, putting it on par with other French door models that offer door-in-a-door functionality. Is it worth the upgrade? Read our full review for the full scoop.