The recently concluded Samsung SEA Forum in Singapore showcased the brand’s best and newest products. From top-of-the-line TVs to robot vacuums and flashy wearables, this year’s lineup did not disappoint. Of all the useful and innovative contraptions, however, my favorite remains to be the Family Hub 2.0.

The Family Hub 2.0 is a beautiful, sleek machine

Although I realize and concede to the fact that “beautiful” is not normally a word that is used to describe a fridge, I still can’t help ogling the thing and imagining it in my future kitchen matching my future black marble countertop.

The fridge is just not pretty…

… It’s pretty awesome!

First of all, you can give it voice commands!

Yes, you can just tell this fridge to do things! It is the friend who always listens with snacks in tow!

You can ask this fridge to look up recipes

You can search depending on what you feel like eating or even just ask the fridge to do a search based on what its contents are! This is possible because…

The fridge knows what its contents are and it can show you!

Yep, that is a camera.

With a few taps on the screen, it can show you precisely what’s inside! You can label each item and even have the refrigerator alarm when the food is about to spoil.

The Family Hub 2.0 also has a calendar, a doodle board, and even music integration

All these fun things at the tip of your fingers! In some countries, you can even ask this refrigerator to order groceries depending on what items are running low. And worry not, this is compatible with both iOS and Android devices.

Plus, the fridge is spacious!

All this space for more food to be had!

The top compartments are refrigerators while one of the bottom compartments is a freezer. The fourth compartment, called the FlexZone, can be set to function either as a freezer or a fridge, depending on your preference.

Now, imagine the possibilities. What a time to be alive, people!

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