A TV vertical of Samsung The Sero will become compatible with the application of short videos TikTok and also with AirPlay 2 technology, from the iPhone of Apple. With this latest technology, users will be able to mirror the smartphone screen vertically to see the contents on the big TV screen. Before, it was possible to project the screen only horizontally from an iPhone.
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The Sero was initially presented in South Korea and was exhibited at CES technology fair, the largest in the world, held annually in Las Vegas, USA. Launched in Brazil last year, TV will receive a software update in 2021 on the national market in the second quarter of this year, that is, between April and June this year.
The South Korean has not yet informed when the partnership with TikTok will be active, but the TV could be used to mirror the screen of Samsung’s own phones and also of Apple since the launch in the national market.
The Frame – more artwork and more photos
With the increase in interest in TVs with 43-inch screens, the company will bring a new TV The Frame with this size and with new frames for its sides. The device has been on the market for years and has as a differential a paid service for displaying works of art on the screen while it is turned off. The new model will be about 50% thinner than the previous one, being 24.9 mm thick, and will have 6 GB of space for images with 4K resolution, which can be photographs of the user himself. In addition, the art service now has a collection of 1,400 pieces.
According to a study by Samsung, The Frame consumers spend more time on TV in a work of art than on mode. They are, on average, 6.3 hours a day exhibiting paintings.
In addition to the new version of The Frame, the TV focused on the style segment, called The Serif, will also come to the Brazilian market in the next quarter.
130 inch projector
Samsung’s new advanced projector, called The Premiere, initially presented at CES this year, also showed up at the company’s global event held today via the internet. It is capable of reproducing 4K images with a size equivalent to that of a 130-inch TV. The company said it plans to bring the device to the Brazilian market later this year, but has not disclosed a price or launch date.
To close the line of screens, Samsung also announced that its new G5 and G3 monitors will reach the Brazilian market this year, making up the company’s product line for this segment, which already had models G7 and G9, launched last year. . All products are from the company’s game family.
The G3 has a 24 or 27 inch flat panel and 144 Hz image refresh rate, while the G5 has 27 or 34 inch sizes, but with a curved screen. Both monitors are compatible with AMD’s FreeSync Premium technology for games to offer a gaming experience without rendering breaks in game graphics.