Technology day by day is just stepping ahead. With new inventions in phones, machines, and others life of a human being has become easy and comfortable. Talking about capturing or shoot videos in a vertical mode is perfectly good if we are doing for apps like Instagram, Snapchat, or TikTok and others. But it’s not fine for standard video players.
Well, for many years it’s fine to post vertical video to YouTube, Facebook or Twitter but as tech industry is expanding it seems they have come up with a brand new idea for the type of entertainment we all want and should have.
Samsung company has launched a latest television which is called the Sero. This new television is super-thin and it has 43-inch display and what is special about it is that……it is vertical. Isn’t a amazing news? The company has made a flat-panel TV specially designed for vertical video, however it’s display can be rotated to horizontal if one wish to watch regular content.
According to a Google Translate version of the Korean press release, Samsung said it "analysed the characteristics of the Millennial generation" in an effort to come up with a television set that will open some eyes and perhaps some wallets.
The statement further reads "This is based on the fact that most of the mobile contents are in the vertical form, and it is possible to synchronize the screen of the mobile device and the vertical screen by executing the simple mirroring function based on the NFC (short range wireless communication) Games, videos, and so on,"
"If the content is changed from portrait to landscape, the TV screen can be rotated horizontally to provide a viewing experience similar to that of a conventional TV," the company wrote.
The Sero when is not used for a conventional TV or a phone enlarger, the user can use it for digital photo frame or a music visualizer, and Samsung’s Bixby voice assistant will be there too.
The Sero also has a 4.1-channel, 60-watt high-end speaker and it will also stream music. The company is release it in Korea by the end of May at a cost of 18.9 million won or £1,200.