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Samsung WW8800M is an AI-powered, time-saving washing machine

04 September 2017 0

Samsung not only launched new Gear wearables at IFA 2017 but also a 43-inch version of its Frame TV. Furthermore, the company also launched a few products to make your home smarter. It's a vacuum cleaner that offers dual brush and a flexible stick for a hassle free cleaning.

Along with, the company also exhibited an Ai-powered washing machine WW8800M. This washing machine supports the QuickDrive technology that according to the company can complete a full load of laundry in just 39 minutes. So, it becomes a time-saving laundry solution.

Samsung claims that the “QuickDrive technology cuts washing time by 50% and energy use by 20% without compromising the cleaning performance.”


The IoT-ready WW8800M washing machine comes with an AI-powered laundry assistant called Q-rator that comes with three key smart features. These are Laundry Planner, Laundry Recipe, and Laundry Wizard. The first two options let you manage the laundry finishing time and provide automatic recommendations for optimal wash cycles based on the information such as color, fabric type. The third mode proactively alerts the users about potential problems.

The AI-powered washing machine by Samsung also comes with an innovative AddWash feature that allows users to add the items at any time during the cycle.

The WW8800M by Samsung offers a long-lasting performance and it’s equipped with Digital Inverter Technology that produces less noise and helps in reducing the energy consumption.

Samsung didn’t reveal any pricing or availability details at IFA. We may hear more about the product in near future.


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