A couple of Samsung tablet PCs will be available to customers in the US in early 2018, according to the latest news.

The devices, which will have a “touchscreen-equipped” touchscreen and a “smart-screen-enabled” touchscreen, are part of the company’s Samsung Smart TV program, which is available for tablets that run Android 7.1.1 Nougat or later.

This is the latest version of the Android TV platform.

Samsung’s tablet PCs, which feature a 4-inch 1080p display, a 13.3-inch 4K display, and a 5.2-inch 2K display.

The Samsung Smart TVs will also feature Samsung’s own smart-home security, cloud-based storage, and video streaming capabilities.

The new products are expected to launch in the coming months, according an email sent by Samsung to customers.

Samsung has been working with the US government to expand the range of its smart TV offerings, which has included the release of the Samsung Smart Hub, Samsung Smart Camera, and Samsung Smart Phone.

Samsung Smart TV will include the Samsung Hub, a mobile-focused device that can serve as a hub for users to find other Samsung products and content.

The Samsung Smart Cameras will feature the Samsung Digital Camera, a video streaming device that includes the Samsung Cloud Storage service, Samsung Media Center, and an additional cloud-hosted storage service, called Samsung Hub Cloud.

The Smart Phone will include a Samsung Galaxy S6 Smart Phone app that integrates with Samsung Smart Home.

The company is also releasing the Samsung Media Hub App.