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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8522 Fridge 1 16/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Samsung A new fridge takes selfies of its shelves so its owner know which food to stock up with at the supermarket.The images, dubbed ??sshelfies??? are beamed direct to a mobile phone.The smart fridge can also display recipes, play music, mirror TV programmes and run a real-time diary.The refrigerator by Korean electronics giant Samsung is fitted with cameras that take images of the contents and send them to a phone.The idea is that busy homeowners can keep a check on supplies so they don???t waste food by doubling up on items at the supermarket.The snaps from inside the fridge could also mean the end of the hastily scribbled grocery list, as shoppers can see instantly what they need.The smart gadgets join the ranks of other intelligent refrigerators that can top up your online shopping order, suggest recipes and even switch on the oven.It uses voice recognition to provide an intuitive way for users to not just connect with their kitchen, but also the world around them. Say, ??sCan you purchase cheese???? and the refrigerator asks you, ??sWhich product? Please tell me the number.??? It then shows an app screen that lets the user order food directly from the screen. You can play music or find out what the weather is like as you communicate with the smart refrigerator. It even gives you ideas if you need recipe inspiration.The Samsung Family Hub has three cameras which take a picture of the shelves every time the door closes and automatically sends them to your phone.The cameras are fitted into the top, middle and bottom of the door and take pictures just before the fridge light turns off.A spokesman said: ??sThe Family Hub sits at the core, serving as the nerve centre of a broader connected ecosystem in the home. ??sEach connected home appliance can be configured to reflect the unique preferences for every household. ??sIt is a true smart evolution that brings a meanin
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8522 Fridge 1 16/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Samsung A new fridge takes selfies of its shelves so its owner know which food to stock up with at the supermarket.The images, dubbed ??sshelfies??? are beamed direct to a mobile phone.The smart fridge can also display recipes, play music, mirror TV programmes and run a real-time diary.The refrigerator by Korean electronics giant Samsung is fitted with cameras that take images of the contents and send them to a phone.The idea is that busy homeowners can keep a check on supplies so they don???t waste food by doubling up on items at the supermarket.The snaps from inside the fridge could also mean the end of the hastily scribbled grocery list, as shoppers can see instantly what they need.The smart gadgets join the ranks of other intelligent refrigerators that can top up your online shopping order, suggest recipes and even switch on the oven.It uses voice recognition to provide an intuitive way for users to not just connect with their kitchen, but also the world around them. Say, ??sCan you purchase cheese???? and the refrigerator asks you, ??sWhich product? Please tell me the number.??? It then shows an app screen that lets the user order food directly from the screen. You can play music or find out what the weather is like as you communicate with the smart refrigerator. It even gives you ideas if you need recipe inspiration.The Samsung Family Hub has three cameras which take a picture of the shelves every time the door closes and automatically sends them to your phone.The cameras are fitted into the top, middle and bottom of the door and take pictures just before the fridge light turns off.A spokesman said: ??sThe Family Hub sits at the core, serving as the nerve centre of a broader connected ecosystem in the home. ??sEach connected home appliance can be configured to reflect the unique preferences for every household. ??sIt is a true smart evolution that brings a meanin
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8522 Fridge 1 16/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Samsung A new fridge takes selfies of its shelves so its owner know which food to stock up with at the supermarket.The images, dubbed ??sshelfies??? are beamed direct to a mobile phone.The smart fridge can also display recipes, play music, mirror TV programmes and run a real-time diary.The refrigerator by Korean electronics giant Samsung is fitted with cameras that take images of the contents and send them to a phone.The idea is that busy homeowners can keep a check on supplies so they don???t waste food by doubling up on items at the supermarket.The snaps from inside the fridge could also mean the end of the hastily scribbled grocery list, as shoppers can see instantly what they need.The smart gadgets join the ranks of other intelligent refrigerators that can top up your online shopping order, suggest recipes and even switch on the oven.It uses voice recognition to provide an intuitive way for users to not just connect with their kitchen, but also the world around them. Say, ??sCan you purchase cheese???? and the refrigerator asks you, ??sWhich product? Please tell me the number.??? It then shows an app screen that lets the user order food directly from the screen. You can play music or find out what the weather is like as you communicate with the smart refrigerator. It even gives you ideas if you need recipe inspiration.The Samsung Family Hub has three cameras which take a picture of the shelves every time the door closes and automatically sends them to your phone.The cameras are fitted into the top, middle and bottom of the door and take pictures just before the fridge light turns off.A spokesman said: ??sThe Family Hub sits at the core, serving as the nerve centre of a broader connected ecosystem in the home. ??sEach connected home appliance can be configured to reflect the unique preferences for every household. ??sIt is a true smart evolution that brings a meanin
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8522 Fridge 1 16/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Samsung A new fridge takes selfies of its shelves so its owner know which food to stock up with at the supermarket.The images, dubbed ??sshelfies??? are beamed direct to a mobile phone.The smart fridge can also display recipes, play music, mirror TV programmes and run a real-time diary.The refrigerator by Korean electronics giant Samsung is fitted with cameras that take images of the contents and send them to a phone.The idea is that busy homeowners can keep a check on supplies so they don???t waste food by doubling up on items at the supermarket.The snaps from inside the fridge could also mean the end of the hastily scribbled grocery list, as shoppers can see instantly what they need.The smart gadgets join the ranks of other intelligent refrigerators that can top up your online shopping order, suggest recipes and even switch on the oven.It uses voice recognition to provide an intuitive way for users to not just connect with their kitchen, but also the world around them. Say, ??sCan you purchase cheese???? and the refrigerator asks you, ??sWhich product? Please tell me the number.??? It then shows an app screen that lets the user order food directly from the screen. You can play music or find out what the weather is like as you communicate with the smart refrigerator. It even gives you ideas if you need recipe inspiration.The Samsung Family Hub has three cameras which take a picture of the shelves every time the door closes and automatically sends them to your phone.The cameras are fitted into the top, middle and bottom of the door and take pictures just before the fridge light turns off.A spokesman said: ??sThe Family Hub sits at the core, serving as the nerve centre of a broader connected ecosystem in the home. ??sEach connected home appliance can be configured to reflect the unique preferences for every household. ??sIt is a true smart evolution that brings a meanin
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8522 Fridge 1 16/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Samsung A new fridge takes selfies of its shelves so its owner know which food to stock up with at the supermarket.The images, dubbed ??sshelfies??? are beamed direct to a mobile phone.The smart fridge can also display recipes, play music, mirror TV programmes and run a real-time diary.The refrigerator by Korean electronics giant Samsung is fitted with cameras that take images of the contents and send them to a phone.The idea is that busy homeowners can keep a check on supplies so they don???t waste food by doubling up on items at the supermarket.The snaps from inside the fridge could also mean the end of the hastily scribbled grocery list, as shoppers can see instantly what they need.The smart gadgets join the ranks of other intelligent refrigerators that can top up your online shopping order, suggest recipes and even switch on the oven.It uses voice recognition to provide an intuitive way for users to not just connect with their kitchen, but also the world around them. Say, ??sCan you purchase cheese???? and the refrigerator asks you, ??sWhich product? Please tell me the number.??? It then shows an app screen that lets the user order food directly from the screen. You can play music or find out what the weather is like as you communicate with the smart refrigerator. It even gives you ideas if you need recipe inspiration.The Samsung Family Hub has three cameras which take a picture of the shelves every time the door closes and automatically sends them to your phone.The cameras are fitted into the top, middle and bottom of the door and take pictures just before the fridge light turns off.A spokesman said: ??sThe Family Hub sits at the core, serving as the nerve centre of a broader connected ecosystem in the home. ??sEach connected home appliance can be configured to reflect the unique preferences for every household. ??sIt is a true smart evolution that brings a meanin
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8522 Fridge 1 16/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Samsung A new fridge takes selfies of its shelves so its owner know which food to stock up with at the supermarket.The images, dubbed ??sshelfies??? are beamed direct to a mobile phone.The smart fridge can also display recipes, play music, mirror TV programmes and run a real-time diary.The refrigerator by Korean electronics giant Samsung is fitted with cameras that take images of the contents and send them to a phone.The idea is that busy homeowners can keep a check on supplies so they don???t waste food by doubling up on items at the supermarket.The snaps from inside the fridge could also mean the end of the hastily scribbled grocery list, as shoppers can see instantly what they need.The smart gadgets join the ranks of other intelligent refrigerators that can top up your online shopping order, suggest recipes and even switch on the oven.It uses voice recognition to provide an intuitive way for users to not just connect with their kitchen, but also the world around them. Say, ??sCan you purchase cheese???? and the refrigerator asks you, ??sWhich product? Please tell me the number.??? It then shows an app screen that lets the user order food directly from the screen. You can play music or find out what the weather is like as you communicate with the smart refrigerator. It even gives you ideas if you need recipe inspiration.The Samsung Family Hub has three cameras which take a picture of the shelves every time the door closes and automatically sends them to your phone.The cameras are fitted into the top, middle and bottom of the door and take pictures just before the fridge light turns off.A spokesman said: ??sThe Family Hub sits at the core, serving as the nerve centre of a broader connected ecosystem in the home. ??sEach connected home appliance can be configured to reflect the unique preferences for every household. ??sIt is a true smart evolution that brings a meanin
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8522 Fridge 1 16/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Samsung A new fridge takes selfies of its shelves so its owner know which food to stock up with at the supermarket.The images, dubbed ??sshelfies??? are beamed direct to a mobile phone.The smart fridge can also display recipes, play music, mirror TV programmes and run a real-time diary.The refrigerator by Korean electronics giant Samsung is fitted with cameras that take images of the contents and send them to a phone.The idea is that busy homeowners can keep a check on supplies so they don???t waste food by doubling up on items at the supermarket.The snaps from inside the fridge could also mean the end of the hastily scribbled grocery list, as shoppers can see instantly what they need.The smart gadgets join the ranks of other intelligent refrigerators that can top up your online shopping order, suggest recipes and even switch on the oven.It uses voice recognition to provide an intuitive way for users to not just connect with their kitchen, but also the world around them. Say, ??sCan you purchase cheese???? and the refrigerator asks you, ??sWhich product? Please tell me the number.??? It then shows an app screen that lets the user order food directly from the screen. You can play music or find out what the weather is like as you communicate with the smart refrigerator. It even gives you ideas if you need recipe inspiration.The Samsung Family Hub has three cameras which take a picture of the shelves every time the door closes and automatically sends them to your phone.The cameras are fitted into the top, middle and bottom of the door and take pictures just before the fridge light turns off.A spokesman said: ??sThe Family Hub sits at the core, serving as the nerve centre of a broader connected ecosystem in the home. ??sEach connected home appliance can be configured to reflect the unique preferences for every household. ??sIt is a true smart evolution that brings a meanin
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8522 Fridge 1 16/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Samsung A new fridge takes selfies of its shelves so its owner know which food to stock up with at the supermarket.The images, dubbed ??sshelfies??? are beamed direct to a mobile phone.The smart fridge can also display recipes, play music, mirror TV programmes and run a real-time diary.The refrigerator by Korean electronics giant Samsung is fitted with cameras that take images of the contents and send them to a phone.The idea is that busy homeowners can keep a check on supplies so they don???t waste food by doubling up on items at the supermarket.The snaps from inside the fridge could also mean the end of the hastily scribbled grocery list, as shoppers can see instantly what they need.The smart gadgets join the ranks of other intelligent refrigerators that can top up your online shopping order, suggest recipes and even switch on the oven.It uses voice recognition to provide an intuitive way for users to not just connect with their kitchen, but also the world around them. Say, ??sCan you purchase cheese???? and the refrigerator asks you, ??sWhich product? Please tell me the number.??? It then shows an app screen that lets the user order food directly from the screen. You can play music or find out what the weather is like as you communicate with the smart refrigerator. It even gives you ideas if you need recipe inspiration.The Samsung Family Hub has three cameras which take a picture of the shelves every time the door closes and automatically sends them to your phone.The cameras are fitted into the top, middle and bottom of the door and take pictures just before the fridge light turns off.A spokesman said: ??sThe Family Hub sits at the core, serving as the nerve centre of a broader connected ecosystem in the home. ??sEach connected home appliance can be configured to reflect the unique preferences for every household. ??sIt is a true smart evolution that brings a meanin
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8522 Fridge 1 16/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Samsung A new fridge takes selfies of its shelves so its owner know which food to stock up with at the supermarket.The images, dubbed ??sshelfies??? are beamed direct to a mobile phone.The smart fridge can also display recipes, play music, mirror TV programmes and run a real-time diary.The refrigerator by Korean electronics giant Samsung is fitted with cameras that take images of the contents and send them to a phone.The idea is that busy homeowners can keep a check on supplies so they don???t waste food by doubling up on items at the supermarket.The snaps from inside the fridge could also mean the end of the hastily scribbled grocery list, as shoppers can see instantly what they need.The smart gadgets join the ranks of other intelligent refrigerators that can top up your online shopping order, suggest recipes and even switch on the oven.It uses voice recognition to provide an intuitive way for users to not just connect with their kitchen, but also the world around them. Say, ??sCan you purchase cheese???? and the refrigerator asks you, ??sWhich product? Please tell me the number.??? It then shows an app screen that lets the user order food directly from the screen. You can play music or find out what the weather is like as you communicate with the smart refrigerator. It even gives you ideas if you need recipe inspiration.The Samsung Family Hub has three cameras which take a picture of the shelves every time the door closes and automatically sends them to your phone.The cameras are fitted into the top, middle and bottom of the door and take pictures just before the fridge light turns off.A spokesman said: ??sThe Family Hub sits at the core, serving as the nerve centre of a broader connected ecosystem in the home. ??sEach connected home appliance can be configured to reflect the unique preferences for every household. ??sIt is a true smart evolution that brings a meanin
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8522 Fridge 1 16/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Samsung A new fridge takes selfies of its shelves so its owner know which food to stock up with at the supermarket.The images, dubbed ??sshelfies??? are beamed direct to a mobile phone.The smart fridge can also display recipes, play music, mirror TV programmes and run a real-time diary.The refrigerator by Korean electronics giant Samsung is fitted with cameras that take images of the contents and send them to a phone.The idea is that busy homeowners can keep a check on supplies so they don???t waste food by doubling up on items at the supermarket.The snaps from inside the fridge could also mean the end of the hastily scribbled grocery list, as shoppers can see instantly what they need.The smart gadgets join the ranks of other intelligent refrigerators that can top up your online shopping order, suggest recipes and even switch on the oven.It uses voice recognition to provide an intuitive way for users to not just connect with their kitchen, but also the world around them. Say, ??sCan you purchase cheese???? and the refrigerator asks you, ??sWhich product? Please tell me the number.??? It then shows an app screen that lets the user order food directly from the screen. You can play music or find out what the weather is like as you communicate with the smart refrigerator. It even gives you ideas if you need recipe inspiration.The Samsung Family Hub has three cameras which take a picture of the shelves every time the door closes and automatically sends them to your phone.The cameras are fitted into the top, middle and bottom of the door and take pictures just before the fridge light turns off.A spokesman said: ??sThe Family Hub sits at the core, serving as the nerve centre of a broader connected ecosystem in the home. ??sEach connected home appliance can be configured to reflect the unique preferences for every household. ??sIt is a true smart evolution that brings a meanin
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8522 Fridge 1 16/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Samsung A new fridge takes selfies of its shelves so its owner know which food to stock up with at the supermarket.The images, dubbed ??sshelfies??? are beamed direct to a mobile phone.The smart fridge can also display recipes, play music, mirror TV programmes and run a real-time diary.The refrigerator by Korean electronics giant Samsung is fitted with cameras that take images of the contents and send them to a phone.The idea is that busy homeowners can keep a check on supplies so they don???t waste food by doubling up on items at the supermarket.The snaps from inside the fridge could also mean the end of the hastily scribbled grocery list, as shoppers can see instantly what they need.The smart gadgets join the ranks of other intelligent refrigerators that can top up your online shopping order, suggest recipes and even switch on the oven.It uses voice recognition to provide an intuitive way for users to not just connect with their kitchen, but also the world around them. Say, ??sCan you purchase cheese???? and the refrigerator asks you, ??sWhich product? Please tell me the number.??? It then shows an app screen that lets the user order food directly from the screen. You can play music or find out what the weather is like as you communicate with the smart refrigerator. It even gives you ideas if you need recipe inspiration.The Samsung Family Hub has three cameras which take a picture of the shelves every time the door closes and automatically sends them to your phone.The cameras are fitted into the top, middle and bottom of the door and take pictures just before the fridge light turns off.A spokesman said: ??sThe Family Hub sits at the core, serving as the nerve centre of a broader connected ecosystem in the home. ??sEach connected home appliance can be configured to reflect the unique preferences for every household. ??sIt is a true smart evolution that brings a meanin
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8522 Fridge 1 16/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Samsung A new fridge takes selfies of its shelves so its owner know which food to stock up with at the supermarket.The images, dubbed ??sshelfies??? are beamed direct to a mobile phone.The smart fridge can also display recipes, play music, mirror TV programmes and run a real-time diary.The refrigerator by Korean electronics giant Samsung is fitted with cameras that take images of the contents and send them to a phone.The idea is that busy homeowners can keep a check on supplies so they don???t waste food by doubling up on items at the supermarket.The snaps from inside the fridge could also mean the end of the hastily scribbled grocery list, as shoppers can see instantly what they need.The smart gadgets join the ranks of other intelligent refrigerators that can top up your online shopping order, suggest recipes and even switch on the oven.It uses voice recognition to provide an intuitive way for users to not just connect with their kitchen, but also the world around them. Say, ??sCan you purchase cheese???? and the refrigerator asks you, ??sWhich product? Please tell me the number.??? It then shows an app screen that lets the user order food directly from the screen. You can play music or find out what the weather is like as you communicate with the smart refrigerator. It even gives you ideas if you need recipe inspiration.The Samsung Family Hub has three cameras which take a picture of the shelves every time the door closes and automatically sends them to your phone.The cameras are fitted into the top, middle and bottom of the door and take pictures just before the fridge light turns off.A spokesman said: ??sThe Family Hub sits at the core, serving as the nerve centre of a broader connected ecosystem in the home. ??sEach connected home appliance can be configured to reflect the unique preferences for every household. ??sIt is a true smart evolution that brings a meanin
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8522 Fridge 1 16/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Samsung A new fridge takes selfies of its shelves so its owner know which food to stock up with at the supermarket.The images, dubbed ??sshelfies??? are beamed direct to a mobile phone.The smart fridge can also display recipes, play music, mirror TV programmes and run a real-time diary.The refrigerator by Korean electronics giant Samsung is fitted with cameras that take images of the contents and send them to a phone.The idea is that busy homeowners can keep a check on supplies so they don???t waste food by doubling up on items at the supermarket.The snaps from inside the fridge could also mean the end of the hastily scribbled grocery list, as shoppers can see instantly what they need.The smart gadgets join the ranks of other intelligent refrigerators that can top up your online shopping order, suggest recipes and even switch on the oven.It uses voice recognition to provide an intuitive way for users to not just connect with their kitchen, but also the world around them. Say, ??sCan you purchase cheese???? and the refrigerator asks you, ??sWhich product? Please tell me the number.??? It then shows an app screen that lets the user order food directly from the screen. You can play music or find out what the weather is like as you communicate with the smart refrigerator. It even gives you ideas if you need recipe inspiration.The Samsung Family Hub has three cameras which take a picture of the shelves every time the door closes and automatically sends them to your phone.The cameras are fitted into the top, middle and bottom of the door and take pictures just before the fridge light turns off.A spokesman said: ??sThe Family Hub sits at the core, serving as the nerve centre of a broader connected ecosystem in the home. ??sEach connected home appliance can be configured to reflect the unique preferences for every household. ??sIt is a true smart evolution that brings a meanin
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8522 Fridge 1 16/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Samsung A new fridge takes selfies of its shelves so its owner know which food to stock up with at the supermarket.The images, dubbed ??sshelfies??? are beamed direct to a mobile phone.The smart fridge can also display recipes, play music, mirror TV programmes and run a real-time diary.The refrigerator by Korean electronics giant Samsung is fitted with cameras that take images of the contents and send them to a phone.The idea is that busy homeowners can keep a check on supplies so they don???t waste food by doubling up on items at the supermarket.The snaps from inside the fridge could also mean the end of the hastily scribbled grocery list, as shoppers can see instantly what they need.The smart gadgets join the ranks of other intelligent refrigerators that can top up your online shopping order, suggest recipes and even switch on the oven.It uses voice recognition to provide an intuitive way for users to not just connect with their kitchen, but also the world around them. Say, ??sCan you purchase cheese???? and the refrigerator asks you, ??sWhich product? Please tell me the number.??? It then shows an app screen that lets the user order food directly from the screen. You can play music or find out what the weather is like as you communicate with the smart refrigerator. It even gives you ideas if you need recipe inspiration.The Samsung Family Hub has three cameras which take a picture of the shelves every time the door closes and automatically sends them to your phone.The cameras are fitted into the top, middle and bottom of the door and take pictures just before the fridge light turns off.A spokesman said: ??sThe Family Hub sits at the core, serving as the nerve centre of a broader connected ecosystem in the home. ??sEach connected home appliance can be configured to reflect the unique preferences for every household. ??sIt is a true smart evolution that brings a meanin
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8522 Fridge 1 16/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Samsung A new fridge takes selfies of its shelves so its owner know which food to stock up with at the supermarket.The images, dubbed ??sshelfies??? are beamed direct to a mobile phone.The smart fridge can also display recipes, play music, mirror TV programmes and run a real-time diary.The refrigerator by Korean electronics giant Samsung is fitted with cameras that take images of the contents and send them to a phone.The idea is that busy homeowners can keep a check on supplies so they don???t waste food by doubling up on items at the supermarket.The snaps from inside the fridge could also mean the end of the hastily scribbled grocery list, as shoppers can see instantly what they need.The smart gadgets join the ranks of other intelligent refrigerators that can top up your online shopping order, suggest recipes and even switch on the oven.It uses voice recognition to provide an intuitive way for users to not just connect with their kitchen, but also the world around them. Say, ??sCan you purchase cheese???? and the refrigerator asks you, ??sWhich product? Please tell me the number.??? It then shows an app screen that lets the user order food directly from the screen. You can play music or find out what the weather is like as you communicate with the smart refrigerator. It even gives you ideas if you need recipe inspiration.The Samsung Family Hub has three cameras which take a picture of the shelves every time the door closes and automatically sends them to your phone.The cameras are fitted into the top, middle and bottom of the door and take pictures just before the fridge light turns off.A spokesman said: ??sThe Family Hub sits at the core, serving as the nerve centre of a broader connected ecosystem in the home. ??sEach connected home appliance can be configured to reflect the unique preferences for every household. ??sIt is a true smart evolution that brings a meanin
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