Samsung Sero Unique Rotating TV Launched in India, Learn Price and Specification

Samsung Sero is the company’s unique rotating TV, which can be used both horizontally and vertically. This TV has been launched in India. Sero means ‘vertical’ in Korean, a unique 4K QLED television that comes with an attached stand that allows this TV to rotate from a traditional Horizont viewing position and be positioned vertically. The TV comes in a single 43-inch 4K QLED variant, which will be available for purchase in India only at Reliance Digital stores.

Samsung Sero price in India

This TV was first launched in South Korea last year. The 43 inch screen option of Samsung Sero is priced at Rs 1,24,990, which is quite a lot. But its unique design conforms to this prize tag, which you can change from horizontal position to vertical position, which is similar to landscape mode and portrait mode in a smartphone. As we mentioned, this TV will be available for purchase in India only through Reliance Digital stores.

Samsung Sero specifications, features

This TV comes in a single display size 43 inches, Samsung Sero has an Ultra-HD QLED screen, which has a resolution of 3,840×2,160 pixels. This TV has HDR10 + format support and can be used in many positions. This ability to switch screen orientation is the signature feature of the TV, and through this feature you can use the social media platform on this TV quite comfortably.

Users can thus use this TV’s big screen for vertical scrolling apps like Instagram and Twitter, which are specifically designed for vertically smartphone screens. Similarly, you can also watch smartphone video, which is often captured in portrait orientation, on Sero TV.

The Samsung Cerro delivers a 60 W sound output through a 4.1 channel front-firing audio system. This smart TV works on a Tizen based operating system. Apart from this, it will also get support of Apple AirPlay 2, Bixby and Amazon Alexa.


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