Consumer electronics company Samsung has expanded its Curd Maestro refrigerator series in India. The company has launched Curd Maestro Family Hub refrigerator and Curd Maestro SpaceMax refrigerator with 673 litres and 692 litres storage capacities, respectively.
Samsung launched its Curd Maestro range of refrigerators in 2020. It is claimed to be the world’s first refrigerators that can make curd. Besides food preparation and preservation, the refrigerators are IoT enabled and allow one to customize settings through the SmartThings app.
Price, offers and availability
Samsung Curd Maestro Family Hub refrigerator is available at a pre-booking price of Rs 1,87,990. It can be pre-booked via Samsung.com, Amazon, Flipkart and other online stores from March 23 to March 31.
As an introductory offer, Samsung is giving a complimentary Samsung Galaxy S20 FE (Fan Edition) along with a cashback of up to Rs 6,000 on purchase of the new refrigerator.
SpaceMax Curd Maestro with 692 litre capacity will be offered in Real Stainless and Black Matt colour options. It comes with a price tag of Rs 93,990.
Additionally, Samsung has also introduced a large capacity 845 litre side-by-side refrigerator. It is priced at Rs 1,01,990 and can be purchased from offline stores across the country.
Samsung side-by-side refrigerator comes with 10-year warranty on its digital inverter technology.
Samsung Curd Maestro Family Hub refrigerators enable curd preparation in 6.5 hours for soft curd, 7.5 hours for thick curd. It is equipped with a built-in inside camera allowing users to take a quick peek inside the refrigerator.
The refrigerator also features a built-in screen that can be used as a whiteboard, memo or a photo album. The device can also be controlled via Bixby voice assistant.
The new Family Hub refrigerator also features a 25-watt premium speaker for sound output. There is also a Meal Planner feature that can recommend smart recipes based on dietary preferences one sets.
Another feature available on the refrigerator is the deodorizing filter that constantly regulates inside airflow via built-in activated carbon filters.
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