July 26, 2021

Samsung’s tilting TV comes to Belgium – News

The Sero, Samsung’s television that you can tilt horizontally or vertically, is coming to our country. The device is intended to be able to play videos on social media in full screen.

According to Samsung, the television is the first that you can rotate and the device is made to also play content from your smartphone. So you can link the Sero to your smartphone via Bluetooth and send Tiktok videos or Instagram stories to it, for example. Most of those videos are filmed in portrait mode, or so the idea goes, so you can turn the TV a quarter turn where necessary.

In practice, the Sero is a 43-inch smart television with QLED technology and a 4.1-channel 60 Watt Premium speaker in the foot. In addition to the typical ‘smart TV’ support for apps like Netflix and YouTube, you can also link the phone to an Android smartphone with the ‘Smart Things’ app from Samsung installed, to stream videos from your phone directly to the television. Newer Samsung phones also support ‘autorotation’, in which the television rotates when you tilt the smartphone. Support for iOS is provided, but will only work in horizontal mode for now. To be clear, there is also just a remote control with which you can control channels and apps, as well as tilt the television.

The Sero has been around for a year in South Korea but will also be available in our country in September, at a suggested retail price of 1,699 euros.

According to Samsung, the television is the first that you can rotate and the device is made to also play content from your smartphone. So you can link the Sero to your smartphone via Bluetooth and send Tiktok videos or Instagram stories to it, for example. Most of those videos are filmed in portrait mode, or so the idea goes, so you can turn the TV a quarter turn where necessary. In practice, the Sero is a 43-inch smart TV with QLED technology and a 4.1-channel 60 Watt Premium speaker in the base. In addition to the typical ‘smart TV’ support for apps like Netflix and YouTube, you can also link the phone to an Android smartphone with the ‘Smart Things’ app from Samsung installed, to stream videos from your phone directly to the television. Newer Samsung phones also support ‘autorotation’, in which the television rotates when you tilt the smartphone. Support for iOS is provided, but will only work in horizontal mode for now. To be clear, there is also just a remote control with which you can control channels and apps, as well as tilt the television. The Sero has been around for a year in South Korea but will also be available in our country in September, at a suggested retail price of 1,699 euros.

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