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Samsung unveils T9000 smart refrigerator

Samsung Electronics has unveiled a new T9000 smart refrigerator in Accra at an event dubbed ‘Samsung product day with Media’.
Mr Richard Nunekpeku, Marketing Manager for Samsung Ghana, said the T9000 refrigerator was born from insight and innovation, and has a big capacity, as well as the best premium design.
He said the refrigerator which is the world’s largest, has four doors with 819L storage capacity, 543L fridge and 276L freezer.
“It offers families the unique opportunity to buy and refrigerate all their needs without worrying about storage space,” he said.
He explained that a refrigerator has a triple cooling technology which perfectly cools the large space without difficulty and the wide space of the fridge compartment also allows for the storage without shuffling food items.
“T9000 has a smart 13 sensors which monitor the internal and external temperature by maintaining optimal freshness inside. During the day when a user opens the door frequently and external temperature is high, compressor increases its speed to cool down internal temperature and it runs slowly at night when temperature is low, humidity is high and door opening frequency is low,” he explained.
Mr Nunekpeku said the refrigerator has a cool select plus feature which delivers four pre-set optimum temperature settings, adding that its timeless design would never lose its value of beauty.
“The T9000 also has an easy big guard, easy slide, counter-height crispers and foldable shelf which will deliver a solution to make organisation limitless and more convenient, according to a family needs,” he said.
GNA                                            

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