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Samsung goes vertical

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30th Apr 19 11:15 am

The Sero is the latest television to the Samsung range and this 43-inch Tv was designed with the millennials specifically in mind

The Sero pivots between vertical and horizontal orientations and as most mobile content is presented in a vertical orientation it is hoped that this TV will encourage the younger users to project more of their smartphone content onto their TV’s.

Not only is this a very clever design the TV houses a 4.1-channel, 60W speakers, a minimalist rear design and an integrated nay stand which means this TV can function not only as a music streaming hub but also as a pretty cool piece of interior design.

When you begin to think about the possibilities of this piece of kit then the excitement starts to ramp up as  for those that enjoy playing music as well as playing games on those pay by mobile slot sites the treat of being able to bring those mobile games to a TV which acts as a phone enlarger is very appealing.

Playing games, especially playing at online casinos has become one of the most popular pastimes of smartphone users, to be able to play those games via a smartphone straight to a television which displays vertically is a brilliant idea.

Not only can this TV be used as a TV or a phone enlarger the Sero can also be used as a massive photo frame or even as a music visualizer. Samsung’s voice assistant, Bixby, is also there to make lives that much simpler.

The Sero is expected to cost in the region of $1,600 when it is launched on its home market at the end of May 2019.

The Sero is part of a line-up of Samsung’s lifestyle TVs (together with the Serif and Frame TVs). Samsung also calls this new television a concept and no doubt there will be close monitoring of consumer feedback as the company waits to see if the millennials are draw towards this idea of a vertical TV and what it is capable of.

There is no doubt that we are living in a mobile age, that is a no-brainer, but there is the possibility that Samsung will find itself under attack from those that say we are now addicted to our mobile phones and the last thing we need is another device that promotes the use of the phone even more.

On the other hand, this piece of kit will surely appeal to those for many reasons and it is quite possible that Samsung has, once again, got it right.

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