The South Korean multinational conglomerate Samsung has launched the latest 65-inch version of The Serif TV series. The company’s lifestyle-oriented smart TV was already available in 43-inch, 50-inch, and 55-inch versions.
The Serif line of Samsung TVs was designed by famous furniture designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, to follow Samsung’s theme of combining furniture and TVs, as it did with The Frame series. The new The Serif television has the same features as the smaller models, with the size being the only change.
Samsung The Serif 65-inch specifications
While Samsung has not revealed the 65-inch model’s specifications, it has stated that it supports AirPlay 2 and NFC Near Field Communication (NFC) technology.
“Anyone with a Samsung Galaxy phone running Android 8.1 or later can utilize the Tap View feature on their phone to play content from their phone on their TV simply tapping the TV with their phone,” as per the reports. These features are present on the smaller models as well.
Furthermore, it utilizes Samsung’s Quantum Dot Technology and has an Active Voice Amplifier, just like the other variants. The new version is also HDR 10+ certified and can upscale everything to 4K using its AI Upscaling technology.
The Samsung The Serif 65-inch TV has a feature called “Magic Screen,” which allows it to display content such as world-renowned pieces of art and multimedia produced by the Bouroullec brothers, even when the TV screen is turned off.
The thick bezels on the Serif 65-inch are intended to give it a painting-like effect. “There seems to be a single white color option, while some of the other models are available in a blue color as well,” according to the reports.
The price of Samsung’s Serif 65-inch model is $2430.46 (KRW 2,790,000). It is currently available for purchase in South Korea and is expected to be available worldwide soon.