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CE giant Samsung Electronics UK has announced what it says is a world-first TV in the form of The Sero, a TV set that mirrors a mobile screen and can rotate between landscape and portrait orientations.

Aiming to allow its products to feature what it calls the most competitive content app offerings, Samsung Electronics UK has announced that all TVs in the 2020 line-up now feature app offerings such as Netflix and NOW TV.
Samsung lifestyle 31May2020
Offering what the CE giant says are its finest developments in picture quality and sound delivery alongside enhanced user experience, Sony has revealed the availability of its ZH8 8K HDR Full Array LED TV range.
SOny 8K 22May2020
The TV components industry was one of the first to suffer from the effects of Covid-19 and research from WitsView shows that as a result global TV shipments are expected to undergo a 5.8% decrease year-on-year (YOY) and reach 205.21 million units by the end of 2020.
LG SIGNATURE OLED 8K TV 9Jan2020
The latest DSCC Quarterly Advanced TV Shipment and Forecast Report is predicting that advanced TV revenues are forecast to grow by a 9% growth rate from 2019 to 2025 to $26 billion.
DSDC advancedTV 28APril2020
A new tracking service from the Ultra HD Forum has found that there are currently 148 business-to-consumer (B2C) ultra HD services that are commercially available to subscribers with a continuous UHD offering around the globe.
insighttv 28 aug 20191
More bad news for the TV set industry has come in the form of a study from specialist display technology researcher WitsView which is forecasting demand to be severely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic while capacity allocation issues exist.
Samsung 8K 17Deb2020
As the Covid-19 outbreak impacts worldwide TV and smartphone demand extremely negatively, undercutting panel sales, global unit shipments of flat-panel displays (FPD) are expected to plunge by as much as 11.1% says research from Omdia.