Bringing New Concept, Samsung Smart Monitor Sold 600,000 Units


Samsung first introduced the Smart Monitor in December 2020. Photo/doc

BEIJINGSamsung first introduced Smart Monitors in December 2020 and targeted sales to increase amid the need for smart displays due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Quoted from Gizmochina, Tuesday (19/10/2021), now the Korean technology giant announced that it has sold more than 600,000 units of monitors globally.

“The Samsung Smart Monitor is an innovative product that has completely positioned itself as a new category in the ‘home living’ era,” said Hye-Seung Ha, Executive Vice President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics.

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Samsung Smart Monitor is a new concept monitor equipped with a smart hub based on Tizen OS, allowing you to enjoy various OTT (Over The Top) services such as Netflix, Samsung TV Plus, and YouTube as well as work and study without a PC connection.

The monitor has received positive reviews on YouTube and other online platforms since its release and has impacted sales of its smart monitors. In addition, the adoption of work from home and homeschooling is increasing the demand for Samsung smart monitors.

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Samsung The Smart Monitor is available in two different models – Smart Monitor M7 and M5. The Smart Monitor M7 is available in 43-inch and 32-inch models with UHD resolution and black only.

On the other hand, the Smart Monitor M5 comes in 32-inch and 27-inch models with FHD resolution. This smart monitor is available in black and white.




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