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Samsung to showcase Connect Auto device at MWC

Sunday 21 February 2016 | 12:23 CET | News
Samsung Electronics will showcase the Samsung Connect Auto device at the Mobile World Congress. The product plugs into the OBD II port underneath the steering wheel and uses real-time alerts to help users improve their driving behaviour, including increased fuel efficiency, while offering a Wi-Fi connection to keep passengers online on the road. The product will initially be available in the second quarter through AT&T in the US.

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