If you can flaunt your NFTs on Twitter, why not in the living room? Many may be trying, but Samsung fulfills the dream of bringing NFTs to households; the tech giant’s smart TV line-up for 2022 will feature NFT management.
An “intuitive, integrated platform for discovering, purchasing, and trading digital artwork” will make it to Samsung’s upcoming Micro LED, Neo QLED, and The Frame models. However, the company is yet to reveal the name of the NFT platform and how the integration will unfold.
Baby steps into the metaverse future
The new products also come with Samsung Gaming Hub that is touted to help players discover and enter games through game streaming services. Here, players will have access to an extensive library of games leveraging Samsung’s partnerships with NVIDIA GeForce Now, Stadia and Utomik, to name a few.
Using the Smart Calibration feature, users can fine-tune the settings for optimal picture quality. While the Basic mode features a quick and easy way of calibrating the screens within 30 seconds, the Professional mode will optimize the screens for pristine picture quality in about 10 minutes. For an immersive 3D experience, the sound system is improved with added synchronization.
“The role of the screen has changed dramatically in recent years with advancements in technology and how entertainment is distributed. With our new lineup of products, we are providing customers an entirely immersive video and audio experience that is customizable to their needs,” says Simon Sung, Executive Vice President and Head of the Sales & Marketing Team of the Visual Display Business at Samsung.