Soon after LG revealed its 2016 Smart TV plans, Samsung on Tuesday confirmed that all 2016 Smart TVs will be compatible with SmartThings, its home automation platform. The South Korean giant also revealed that all of its SUHD TVs will have IoT Hub technology enabling the TV to control other smart appliances. The new range of SUHD TVs will be able to connect with and control Samsung devices and SmartThings sensors, as well as over 200 other SmartThings compatible devices such as connected lights, locks, thermostats, and cameras. Samsung will be showcasing its 2016 range of Smart TVs at CES 2016. The company so far has not detailed the exact models set to be revealed at the CES show in early January.