Samsung Sero 43-inch rotating TV launched in India

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Samsung showcased the unique rotating TV design at CES 2020. It can be used both horizontally and vertically. In the vertical form, you will be able to view the smartphone app and content. The 43-inch 4K QLED TV has a stand beneath that allows this orientation. But, you can make it do so just by a button press.

Here are more details —

Samsung Sero Highlights

The display, as mentioned in the beginning, is a 43-inch QLED panel sporting a 3,840×2,160 pixels resolution. It supports HDR10+ content. Speaking of content, you can browse vertical feeds of Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. You get to mirror your phone screen onto the TV through NFC. Even this content will be upscaled to 4K quality by the virtue of built-in AI processing.

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The audio comes out of a 60W 4.1-channel speaker system. Inside, it features a Tizen-based operating system. It is compatible with Apple AirPlay 2, Amazon Alexa, and Bixby.

When in standby mode, you can view useful information or set a screen saver that blends it with the background decor.

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Samsung Sero Price and Availability

Samsung Sero is available via Reliance Digital stores at a price of ₹1,24,990.

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