Samsung launches a really big TV because the coronavirus changed people's tech needs. Now, we all have more stay-at-home demands that Samsung wants to meet. Read on to find out all the details!
Samsung launches a really big TV because the coronavirus changed people's tech needs. Now, we all have more stay-at-home demands that Samsung wants to meet. You won't believe how huge is the next Samsung release!
TV sales grew during the pandemic. Despite workplace issues including layoffs and furloughs, Americans bought 20% more TVs in 2020 through mid-December than in 2019. Samsung is dominant with the largest chunk of global TV sales, about 23% of shipments in the third quarter of 2020.
As more life has revolved around the home, consumers have "rediscovered the value of TV," said Mike Kadish, director of TV marketing for Samsung, who previewed upcoming products for media. Samsung is focusing on bigger TVs, with more functionality, that allows you to create a home theater in your house.
We are talking about a 110-inch model. Samsung did not release pricing or product availability on the new Tv. However, online news sites have put the price of the 110-inch model at about $159,000. The 110-inch model, which will come to market first, could be a hot product with consumers. Samsung hopes it will be the first of many bigger models.
Most of the new models will have a Multi-View feature, which lets you divide your screen in up to 12 sections to display TV channels, games, web pages and other content simultaneously. The screens also let you display a Google Duo video chat onscreen.
As lots of people started to do sports at home because of Covid, Samsung came up with a great idea. The Samsung Health Smart Trainer transforms your living room into a gym. An artificial intelligence-driven program displays a trainer on the left side of the screen and an image of you on the right, so you can monitor your posture.
Many of the new models have a special Super Ultrawide Gameview mode that caters to video game players, letting them create an extended widescreen with aspect ratios of 21:9 and 32:9.