The Sero is Samsung’s recently released TV. It is a new addition to its line of “lifestyle” TVs. Sero TV rotates between landscape and portrait orientations depending on what kind of content you’re watching.
Sero has an elegant flexible design that can blend in with your room aesthetics. The Frame showcases artwork when not playing video content.
Sero TV Features
The Sero now comes in three sizes: 43, 49, and 55 inches. It has also AirPlay 2 support and has an NFC tag for easy pairing with your Android phone.
The Frame also comes in new 75, 50, and 32-inch sizes. The Frame also includes a motion sensor that can shut off the display automatically when you leave the room. It can also be set to power down when the lights turn off.
The Sero has an integrated, non-removable stand that includes a 4.1-channel, 60-watt speaker system inside to support its rotating feature.
That stand also provides enough vertical clearance to prevent the TV from hitting the floor whenever it flips into a portrait. It has a 4K QLED panel.
Now you will be able to watch Instagram stories, TikTok videos, Snapchat content, and the portrait video recordings from your camera roll on a relatively big screen.
Galaxy phone owners can tap their device against the Sero’s frame to immediately begin screen mirroring. iPhone users will have to use the included remote control to manually switch the screen to a portrait.
The Sero originally made its debut in Korea. Now it has also gone on sale in the US and UK. The 43 inch Sero TV will be available for $1999.99 in the US and for £1,599 in the UK. Samsung’s Sero TV is available from selective retailers and also in online stores.
The Sero is by no means Samsung’s most impressive TV when it comes to picture quality and specs.
It’s a 4K screen with QLED color. But it’s edge-lit and lacks full-array local dimming. This “lifestyle” TV probably won’t be for everyone. Plenty of people don’t like vertically shot videos in the first place. Every home will not have space for the Sero’s big and non-removable base.