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Samsung Sero review: The rotating TV no one asked for

As you’re reading this, countless designers and marketers around the world are rifling through our attributes and sorting us accordingly. From boomers to zoomers, to millennials and Gen Zs, our needs and desires are being meticulously catalogued and predicted.

Enter the Samsung Sero. Or Samsung, The Sero, if you’d rather be technical. Aimed at the millennial-laden social-media crowd, it wants to change the way you consume Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat and more, with an eye-catching party trick – the ability to rotate from horizontal to vertical at the touch of a button. The fact that Samsung provides instructions to turn the

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Samsung QE55Q90T TV review: Should you buy it?

The reasons for choosing a flagship 4K TV are obvious. You get cutting-edge technology, a stack of features and functionality and, of course, the best picture quality the manufacturer is capable of delivering. Yes, they’re the most expensive. They’re also the best.

But what if you could get all that flagship stuff – the most advanced technology, all the features, the cracking picture quality – without quite such a startling price tag? Flagship performance for less than flagship money? Wouldn’t that be worth looking into?

Unless you’re made of money, the answer – of course – is ‘yes’. So you

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Samsung nailed folding screens. Don’t expect Apple to follow

Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip is the very shiniest folding phone that a not-insignificant chunk of cash can buy, and the only one to have real glass in its screen. And now, Samsung’s set about commercialising its Ultra-Thin Glass (UTG) technology.

The Z Flip display’s ultra-thin glass was a major marketing point for Samsung, but as the phones made their way into the hands of disassemblers, it rapidly became apparent that the 30 micron (micrometre; μm) layer of UTG isn’t the only thing covering the flexible AMOLED.

Tear-downs have shown that there’s plastic on top and glass, which can be cracked

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