5 features that make Samsung The Sero a true head-turner
The way people consume content will never be the same thanks to Samsung’s newest TV, The Sero. The world’s first rotating TV redefines how social media-savvy users view their favorite content with its head-turning features.
For those in the market for a new TV, here are five reasons why The Sero is definitely worth a look:
TV with a rotating screen – doesn’t get much cooler than that
With The Sero’s Auto-Rotating Screen, watch your favorite content how it was intended in either portrait or landscape orientation. Whether vertical for mobile content and apps, or horizontal for movies and TV shows, you’ll always have the best viewing perspective. Activating the feature is quick and easy – automatically switch up your view using the remote control, your smartphone, or even using Bixby Voice Assistant.
Mobile content just got bigger with quick & easy screen mirroring
The Sero is built to be mobile-optimized. Activate Tap View by simply tapping your smartphone to The Sero to seamlessly start casting content. The Sero will follow the orientation of your phone and display the right aspect ratio so you can enjoy content on the entire 43-inch display.
An audio experience with the multi-channel speaker
Watching livestreams and TikTok videos will be more enjoyable with The Sero’s powerful 4.1ch 60W Front Firing speakers. These are embedded with base-enhancing woofers that are great for amping up various low-frequency sounds. When listening to music, users can set a Sound Wall on Portrait Mode to add a fun and artsy display that changes depending on the audio beats.
Design and portrait mode to match the mood of the room
The Sero can also be a great interior piece with its space-saving form and stylish build. When in Portrait Mode, you can choose from several screensaver-type backgrounds, like cinemagraph or choose your own photo, to uplift your room décor. With its detachable wheels , The Sero can easily move around so you can watch from any part of your room.
And of course, it’s a Samsung TV