Samsung Showcases Latest Range of Stylish and Innovative Built-In Appliances

on January 6, 2017
Share open/close
URL Copied.


Samsung is showcasing, at CES 2017, a full lineup of intuitive built-in kitchen appliances designed with equal focus on exciting innovation and exceptional style. The products of the Black Stainless Kitchen Suites introduce new levels of convenience and connectivity to the built-in category, completing a modern collection that’s both stylish and smart.


Samsung’s stylish kitchen setup was designed with the help of renowned Italian furniture brand Scavolini.


To properly showcase the premium appliances, Samsung partnered with renowned Italian furniture brand Scavolini to build a modern kitchen exhibit at the heart of Samsung’s CES booth. The kitchen’s sleek and refined aesthetic blends seamlessly with those of the showcased appliances, which include Samsung’s latest cooktops and ovens, as well as a hood, refrigerator and dishwasher.


Visitors to the space are provided up-close looks at exciting innovations designed to create a smarter and more convenient kitchen experience.


Samsung’s 4-Door French Door Refrigerators, for instance, feature FlexZone™ technology to allow users to customize temperature settings to best suit stored foods. The collection’s WaterWall™ Dishwasher, meanwhile, features jet-powered technology to eliminate the most stubborn of food stains.


Samsung’s built-in Wall Oven features Flex Duo™ technology, which allows the two stacked ovens to effectively serve as three independent ovens. This innovation allows users to simultaneously cook two different dishes in the same compartment and at different temperatures.


The Built-in Wall Oven (left) and MWO Combination Wall Oven.


Also integrated seamlessly into the kitchen setup for visitors’ perusal are the collection’s induction and gas cooktops, as well as a hood. The latter two appliances are presented connected to a Galaxy S7 edge running Samsung’s Smart Home app.


The Induction Cooktop features heat-adjusting Flex Zone technology, as well as an LED Virtual Flame™.


The Hood’s Bluetooth technology allows it to sync with the collection’s cooktops and automatically power on when a connected cooktop is in operation.


The smartphones on display demonstrate how the connected appliances can provide users with useful information, such as the cooktop’s temperature and power status.


Like the rest of the collection, each device is available in a choice of either a black or traditional stainless steel finish – to cater to contemporary consumers’ refined tastes – and each features a proprietary Samsung technology that streamlines the cooking process.


When inspected up close, the built-in products reveal to visitors the level of detail to which Samsung applied the collection’s theme of premium, ‘smart’ design. Each product’s knobs, for instance, are illuminated with a stylish icy blue light that makes their controls easy to adjust.


The appliances’ knobs are illuminated with an icy blue light that reflects the collection’s stylish aesthetic and makes adjustments easy.


Speaking of controls, each of the built-in appliances was designed to enable users to enjoy a more connected and streamlined cooking experience. The appliances’ ability to communicate with one another allows users to automate certain steps in the cooking process, and quickly and easily monitor the status of a dish via the Samsung Smart Home app.

Products > Home Appliances

For any issues related to customer service, please go to Customer Support page for assistance.
For media inquiries, please click Media Contact to move to the form.