Information on Samsung SmartThings Smart Home Hub:
|App Store Availability||Apple App Store (iOS), Google Play Store (Android)|
|OS Compatibility||Android, IOS|
|Controls||Mobile App Notifications, Voice Control|
|Power Operation Type||Direct Power Operated|
|Dimensions||4.2 x 4.9 x 1.3 Inches | 106.68 x 124.46 x 33.02 mm|
|Weight in grams||7.68 oz | 217.72 g|
Why to buy Samsung SmartThings Smart Home Hub :
The Heart of Your Smart Home
SmartThings lets you control and monitor your home using your smartphone from anywhere in the world. You can secure your home for a fraction of the cost of a traditional home security system; stay connected to loved ones wherever you are; save money on energy costs; and control and automate lights, locks, temperature, electronics, and more to create a smart home that automatically reacts to your preferences and gives you peace of mind.
SmartThings works with a wide range of connected devices including lights, speakers, locks, thermostats, sensors and more (sold separately).
Monitor and control connected devices in your home using a single SmartThings app for iPhone or Android. Receive alerts from connected devices when there’s unexpected activity in your home.
Automate connected devices in your home and set them to turn on or off when doors are opened, as people come and go, and much more. Manage connected devices in your home with SmartThings Routines for Good Morning, Goodbye, Good Night, and more.
Amazon Alexa or Google Home Voice Commands
Control connected devices in your home with voice commands using SmartThings and Amazon Alexa or Google Home.
Easy Setup: Step 1/3
SmartThings: Your smart home needs a brain, so get started with SmartThings. It connects wirelessly with a wide range of smart devices and makes them work together.
Easy Setup: Step 2/3
Smart Devices: Next, add some smart devices and put your home to work. SmartThings works with a wide range of connected devices, including lights, cameras, locks, thermostats, sensors, and more.
Easy Setup: Step 3/3
Smart Homes Finally, use the Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, or one of the SmartThings apps to control your smart home.