Statistics show that most young people prefer smartphones to stationary computers. When watching videos, millennials don’t turn their screens to adapt the video — instead, they hold their phones in the same position. This factor became the basis for Samsung’s latest development: the first ever television with a vertical orientation screen.
The device is called Sero. It has a 43-inch screen. The device uses NFC to synchronize with smartphones, which makes it easier to control. It would be a mistake to think that Sero will only appeal to young people, as traditional television fans can easily move the device to a horizontal position. At present, the device is only being sold in South Korea. It is currently selling for $1600.