New Samsung Refrigerators Launched at CES 2021 Day 1 with module designs

Aadil Raval
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The Bespoke series of refrigerators were big on the CES 2021 Day 1 that took place on January 11, 2021, as an all-digital event due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Samsung’s Bespoke refrigerators offer users fully modular designs allowing users to switch and customize all four doors of the Bespoke refrigerators based on their choice.

Yes, you can switch all four doors; change their color, material, and finish and mix and match to fit your bill. The South Korean giant Samsung introduced the all-modular Bespoke lineup in the European countries in 2019. Now that Samsung is expanding globally, Samsung is taking on the bet that American consumers will shell out more to get their hands on these unique, modular, and eye-catching fridge designs that will completely stand out.

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Talking about the list of features, the new Bespoke 2021 lineup has a 4-Door Flex design. This divides the refrigerator into four quadrants and with each quadrant, you can switch their doors (colors, finish, and material). Samsung is offering custom door options such as navy glass, burgundy glass, sky blue glass, pink glass, gray glass, black matte, navy steel, white glass, beige glass, and champagne steel among others. But there’s more.

Samsung’s latest Bespoke series with four quadrants has two sections for the freezer at the bottom and two sections for refrigerators on top. In case if you want more room in the fridge’s section, simply dial up the temperature on the freeze and you get extra room for your freezer. There’s a Dual Auto Ice Maker that can switch between regular ice cubes to ice bits of nugget-style ice cubes that you can enjoy.

There’s an auto-filling water pitcher on-board from last year’s models. According to the South Korean giant, the new pitcher is well-integrated along with an in-door water dispenser. There’s a deodorizing UV filter that filters the air inside the fridge but there are no claim germs that it can kill while LG, on the other hand, has made it clear that it kills up to 99.99 percent bacteria.

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The Bespoke series of refrigerators were big on the CES 2021 Day 1 that took place on January 11, 2021, as an all-digital event due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Samsung’s Bespoke refrigerators offer users fully modular designs allowing users to switch and customize all four doors of the Bespoke refrigerators based on their choice.

Yes, you can switch all four doors; change their color, material, and finish and mix and match to fit your bill. The South Korean giant Samsung introduced the all-modular Bespoke lineup in the European countries in 2019. Now that Samsung is expanding globally, Samsung is taking on the bet that American consumers will shell out more to get their hands on these unique, modular, and eye-catching fridge designs that will completely stand out.

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Talking about the list of features, the new Bespoke 2021 lineup has a 4-Door Flex design. This divides the refrigerator into four quadrants and with each quadrant, you can switch their doors (colors, finish, and material). Samsung is offering custom door options such as navy glass, burgundy glass, sky blue glass, pink glass, gray glass, black matte, navy steel, white glass, beige glass, and champagne steel among others. But there’s more.

Samsung’s latest Bespoke series with four quadrants has two sections for the freezer at the bottom and two sections for refrigerators on top. In case if you want more room in the fridge’s section, simply dial up the temperature on the freeze and you get extra room for your freezer. There’s a Dual Auto Ice Maker that can switch between regular ice cubes to ice bits of nugget-style ice cubes that you can enjoy.

There’s an auto-filling water pitcher on-board from last year’s models. According to the South Korean giant, the new pitcher is well-integrated along with an in-door water dispenser. There’s a deodorizing UV filter that filters the air inside the fridge but there are no claim germs that it can kill while LG, on the other hand, has made it clear that it kills up to 99.99 percent bacteria.

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