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Like Samsung’s phones (and even the NX30 camera we checked out), there’s even a dropdown power control bar for quick access to functions like child lock (to lock the door of the washing machines), switching on the light in the drum, and turning on more automatic functionality.

This new washing machine also classes as one of Samsung’s “smart appliances,” and as such can even be monitored or controlled using a smartphone.

Both appliances appear to be very interesting, and hopefully we’ll have more information on them about Australian availability and pricing. For now though, watch this space.


Leigh D. Stark travelled to the Samsung Forum in Bali, Indonesia as a guest of Samsung Australia.