Thursday, November 14, 2019

If you’re a millennial and are bored of spending your money on avocado on toast, Samsung ’s new TV could be just the thing for you.

Samsung has revealed a new vertical TV called the Sero, that has been specially designed for the millennial generation.

Unlike conventional TVs, which are orientated horizontally, the new TV has a vertical screen.

According to Samsung, this makes it easier for users to sync their smartphones to the TV and play games, scroll through social media or watch videos on the big screen.

The vertical TV (Image: Samsung)
The Sero was launched alongside the Serif and the Frame (Image: Samsung)
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However, the TV also rotates, allowing you to watch films and TV programmes in the standard horizontal orientation, should you wish.

In terms of sound, the TV features 4.1-channel, 60-watt high-end speaker that can play music through various online services such as Samsung Music, as well as music stored on smartphones.

The TV also rotates, allowing you to watch films and TV programmes in the standard horizontal orientation(Image: Samsung)
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While the TV is aimed at millennials, it has a hefty price-tag that is likely to put many consumers off.

The Sero will be released first in Korea at the end of May, priced at *gulp* 18.9 million won (£12,612).

It remains unclear when, or if, it will be released in other markets.

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