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Samsung launches rotating mobile-friendly TV, puts it up for sale at $1999

Samsung is ready to amaze the world yet again, this time with a TV which analyses the type of content you are watching and then rotates to landscape or portrait view accordingly.

The Sero TV, which has already made headlines in the Korean Markets, packs a 4K QLED panel. 

Samsung launched the product in the US and the UK in June, according to a company statement. Already available in the US and UK markets, the Sero TV comes with a 43 inches rotating screen and will be available for $1,999.99 or approximately Rs 1,51,118. 

 

This TV is also capable of showing vertically shot social media content from Tik-Tok, Instagram stories, and Snapchat better than most televisions. Most users shoot videos in portrait mode and the concept is theTV can switch between Portrait and Landscape according to the content you are watching.

 

How it works:

When brought in contact with a compatible phone, users can tap the phone against the TV screen for mirroring. The TV will automatically adjust its orientation and matches the phone’s orientation.

It comes with a big non-removable base that stores its. It’s definitely a luxury product and comes with a 4.1 channel and a 60-watt front-firing speaker. 

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