At the beginning of the
CES 2020, the technology exhibition held every year in Las Vegas,
Samsung present the
Q950, a new QLED 8K TV that almost
It has no frames: only a 2.3 mm black ribbon circling the screen, which occupies 99 percent of the surface; the TV is also 15 mm thick
It also has speakers on all four sides and subwoofers on the back, and according to Samsung it uses an algorithm to determine which object on the screen emits sound, and move it based on its location within the screen. In addition, adjust the volume of the dillogs if there is ambient noise (a vacuum cleaner, for example) in the house where the video is being watched.
A novelty is that in addition to Bixby, the company's assistant, Samsung's new TVs will be compatible with Alexa, Amazon, and Google Assistant.
Sero, the TV that spins
The company also presented a second version of
Sero, your TV that can be used with the traditional arrangement or in
vertical format ("Sero" is vertical in Korean); the big news
regarding the model that showed a year ago is that
The Sero It includes a motor to rotate the screen and to see TikTok and Instagram Stories in large size. Like other Samsung TVs, it has a standby mode in which it is possible to display static content (photos, paintings) or that it is updated according to the user's preferences (the agenda of the day, messages, etc.).
The company still did not inform about prices or their availability in international markets.
. (tagsToTranslate) CES 2020: Samsung presented an 8K TV without frames and another that turns to go vertical – LA NACION