The pop-up store promotions in Cannes-gu, Seoul yesterday, the Samsung showed three new televisions for the domestic market. Among the trio were updates TVs that we've seen before, namely, the new version of "Serif" and "frame" TV sets, as well as a new TV dubbed the "Gray". All these products are aimed at "Millennial Generation" Samsung says.
Samsung Gray & # 39 with a 43-inch TV that stands out from the crowd as it was designed to be used in portrait or vertical orientation ,. "The majority of mobile content in the form of a vertical," says the Samsung, and thus, a natural gray screen for a smart mirroring device. Gray with a & # 39 is the Romanization of Korean words for vertical.
Samsung says that users can use the built-in NFC functionality mirroring Gray TV to enjoy games, videos and more on a portrait screen. Nevertheless, available Stand for Samsung TV, it will be turned gray screen and used landcape or horizontal orientation as well.
Other key data on Gray are:
- Diagonal screen quantum dots emitting diode 43-inch
- 4.1 channel speakers 60 watt
- NFC connection
- Clean Design 360
- Animated screen savers, such as drawings, pictures, clocks, sound walls, etc.
- Built-in microphone
- Bixby AI
Unfortunately, Gray TV debut only in South Korea since the end of May. It will cost 18.9 million Korean won, which is about £ 12,500.
Along with Gray, in his case Canna-gu, the Samsung has introduced new versions of its Serif and frame TV as involving QLED screens. Hexus has been reported previously in the frame – for example, when it was launched in the UK in the summer of 2017 at a price of £ 1999. serif similar concept – TV, Samsung established the merger of technology and work reputable furniture designers.