Samsung into the pit rotating screen TV, this will be the trend?

Driving China’s news on August 5, 2020, how long has it been since you turned on your TV? In the face of the industry’s current situation of low TV startup rate, TV manufacturers have racked their brains. New concepts such as smart screen and future TV are pouring in. Even TCL, Hisense and other manufacturers are trying to change the appearance of traditional TV, so as to enable the TV field and rotate the screen power Let’s see. < / P > < p > rotating screen TV, as the name implies, is to rotate the screen, so as to switch the TV into horizontal and vertical screen forms, and finally cater to users, and build the TV into a large screen smart phone. At first glance, it really sounds like a new trick. The TV screen is no longer regulated, but is allowed to rotate by consumers. This can be true. TCL, a domestic TV manufacturer, creatively puts forward the concept of rotating screen. Hisense is catching up with the business opportunities from it, and even Samsung can’t help it. < / P > < p > according to relevant reports, Samsung has announced the launch of the sero TV with rotating screen in the Netherlands and Belgium, which will be on sale on September 7 with a 43 inch 4K qled screen at a price of 1699 euros. There is no doubt that the sero TV with rotating screen is specially designed by Samsung for the long-term users of its Galaxy smart phone. Through the closed-loop between the smart phone and the smart TV, in addition to the audio-visual function of the traditional TV, it can also enlarge the content displayed by the smartphone through the TV screen, so as to take good care of the user’s experience. < / P > < p > although in terms of time, the rotating screen TV is not the first one of Samsung. It can be concluded that Samsung tries to combine the design changes and black technology by imitating TCL and Hisense, and finally achieves the purpose of attracting more users. As the saying goes, “no wood makes a forest”. If the rotating screen TV is just TCL’s solo dance, there is nothing to say. The key is that Hisense and Samsung have entered the pit one after another. This also makes people wonder whether the rotating screen will become the trend of TV in the future? < / P > < p > to answer this question, let’s turn our attention to Samsung’s sero, a 43 inch 4K qled TV, which costs nearly 14000 yuan, which is quite a high price. From the consumer’s point of view, although the unique shape of the rotating screen makes people bright, but the high price can not make people love it. Therefore, it is obviously not time for the rotating screen TV to enter the ordinary people’s home. Skip to content