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LG’s MoodUP refrigerator comes with color-changing LED doors and a built-in speaker

IFA 2022 (Europe’s answer to CES) starts tomorrow, so you know what that means – some crazy new gadgets and household products. LG is kicking things off with the MoodUP fridge, which offers something completely different for your kitchen than the usual white or brushed metal with color-changing LED door panels.

Using LG’s ThinkQ app or by tapping the door, you can choose from 22 colors for the top door panel and 19 colors for the bottom. Or you can let him choose different color themes like “season”, “location”, “mood” and “pop”, representing things like the colors of nature or “a sense of well-being through the use of soft, soothing colors,” LG wrote .

LG's MoodUP fridge uses LED panels to color change your kitchen

LG

The panels flash repeatedly if you leave the door open too long, or flash a greeting when someone approaches. The freezer door will also glow brighter at night “to help midnight snacks find and open the door” (never stop, LG). With the LED panels off, it offers a combination of gray and white for a more traditional look.

It also comes with a built-in Bluetooth speaker that connects to mobile devices or PCs. You can use it to play songs from LG’s Playlist Music Collection that match the color theme, or have the LED panels change color in sync with the music. The idea is to add “a sense of vibrancy and fun” by seemingly turning your kitchen into a nightclub.

LG's MoodUP fridge uses LED panels to color change your kitchen

LG

Details on the fridge itself are scarce, but it looks like LG has both a wide, four-door model and a regular single-door version with two freezer compartments. The top image appears to show both models side by side.

It also offers improved voice recognition, as well as WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. Several PR photos also appear to show off the company’s “InstaView” camera/display technology, but LG didn’t mention it in the press release. Nothing is known about the prices yet, but LG will present the “Dios Object Collection MoodUP” refrigerators at IFA 2022 in Berlin starting tomorrow.

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