We're getting a sneak peek into the Samsung group before everybody else gets to come in.
So come with me, we're gonna take a look at everything that is ON show today.
Let's start off with a Samsung strong point, televisions, and lots of them.
Over here we have all of the QLED range that Samsung has announced this year.
Everything, of course, 8K.
Just look at this array of screens in front of us.
We have the 98 inches over on the far left, 82 inches, 85, 75, and of course, this year, the big thing about all the Samsung TVs is iTunes and Airplay too, so that's gonna be in all of the 2019 televisions.
From Samsung, that's the 8K booth.
But there's some other cool TVs.
It wouldn't be Samsung without some kind of crazy, exciting, new technology when it comes to televisions.
So over here is something that I think is really quite beautiful.
It's called the Seraph.
And I'll let you take a hint as to why it's called that.
It is a QLED television.
Now it has been announced by Samsung, I think a couple years ago, according to our tv guru, David Cattermire, but I think this is the first time it's going to be available to buy.
Look at this shape of the bezel here on the television Does that remind you of anything?
Maybe a serif font face.
Well, you got it, that's exactly why they call it the Serif television.
It's very, very pretty indeed.
But speaking of pretty things, come and look at what's on the wall over here.
It's like an art gallery.
Can you tell your Monets from your Picassos from your Matisses?
Well, on this wall the test is which on is real and which on is a television.
I don't know, is kinda tough.
I think that this is the television.
That one is a picture.
That one is definitely a tv.
This one, I don't know.
This one is tough, I think is a television.
Only because I am sneaking underneath and I can see, I'm cheating.
Look at this, I can see that it's a television, and it's not a painting.
But I swear, without that, it would be kind of hard to tell.
This display is changing every couple of minutes as well.
So it's gonna alternate between art gallery works and actual displays as in television screens itself.
It's called the Frame, that's available now, that and the Serif are actually products you can buy.
Concept phone, kind of fun.
Last year Samsung had something called the wall it it the micro LED television, micro LED being that technology that is kind of like the technology that's gonna kick start TVs it's the first new tech that we've seen in about ten years in the industry.
And look how big this is, my goodness.
So last year Samsung had the wall, it was Slightly smaller, I think it was around 146 inches, this one is 219 inches.
Lexi for scale, see how big this thing is.
The big thing about Micro LED of course, is that it's modular, so it can be lots of different sizes, This is not probably something that's ever going to be in your home.
I don't think you're gonna be able to afford it.
I'm gonna be out of, afford it.
It's just a beautiful concept piece for now.
But there will be, obviously, a smaller versions of this technology including the 75 inch [UNKNOWN].
That sounds [UNKNOWN].
That I think is coming to market soon as well.
All right, let's swivel around.
I'm gonna do the walking backwards, Tesma walking backward skills.
Of course, it wouldn't be Samsung with about a bunch of smart products including Galaxy and obviously Bixby is the big thing that is everything, the smart assistant.
So it's everything from TVs, to fridges, So phones to including the Galaxy home of which is over here in the Galaxy section, let's take a look.
Up against the wall there you can see a whole array of Galaxy homes.
Bunch of phones, tablets, and yes I did look, there is no galaxy S10 here.
Not yet, so stay tuned for that one Over here is Bixby, Bixby, Bixby in every single product.
There's a Bixby Live Stage.
And over here is I think the most interesting part of the Samsung announcement, the press conference yesterday at CES 2019.
It's actually robotics.
It's a really interesting area for Samsung to move into.
We're gonna walk backwards and show you what's on show.
So at the moment, the Samsung bots are in the corner at the back here.
I don't know if you can see.
We can't get into the area here, but you can see some of the smart robots at the back there.
And also, if you swing around to the right they have some interesting exoskeletons.
Now I actually have my good friend Scott here from Samsung.
Scott, hello, how are you?
I'm doing wonderful, how are you?
I'm very well.
Now there's a lot of exciting robotics this year, tell me a little about, what Samsung announced and how they're gonna help people?
So, what we're showing here is the S2019.
It's a little bit about the Samsung bot care, bot air, bot retail, and a few other things- Four different robots that have four different specific tasks, per se.
Samsung Bot Care is a robot that can basically take care of the elderly.
It can monitor their vitals, it can administer medicine, make sure that they're taking the medicines.
And making sure that.
That our elderly are cared for even when we're not around.
And what's great about it is that Samsung Bot Care can be controlled and managed remotely.
So if you want to know if your parents took their medications, or want to know their vitals, Samsung Bot Care can do that for you.
We also have another Samsung robot that looks at air quality in your home.
And with sensors around the home, we can tell if
Go and refresh the air and clean the air in that area of the home.
I have a question for you.
Are you doing air testing in the Las Vegas Convention Center or surrounds?
Because I think that's an important vital to check on.
Well we are checking the vitals in this section of the Las Vegas Convention Center and if you stand here long enough, you will see Samsung Bot [UNKNOWN] come out and do its thing.
Another really cool thing that we have is Samsung bought retail.
So what we're showcasing is, you know a new way for consumers to shop, where you may greet a robot in the store who would have a big screen on it and show you all the different types of things available.
And right there from the robot you may be able to select maybe have a Samsung Galaxy gear or Galaxy watch rather.
And you wanna buy a new band for, could show you the bands that are available.
You might be able to make that purchase right there from the robot and the robot can go back and retrieve the inventory.
Removing the need to wait on long lines.
Fantastic, and I also noticed, there's a really cool exoskeleton right behind me.
But that's all for now, stay tune to CNet for lots more live coverage from CES 2019
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