Morning Buzz: Would you buy a TV that can rotate vertically?

Posted at 2:45 AM, Jan 07, 2020

From the rise of streaming services, to 'smart TVs,' and everything in between; the way you're able to watch TV has changed significantly over the last several years.

Now, Samsung is trying to get ahead of the game, by changing the way we watch TV.

According to The Verge, Samsung will debut a new 43-inch TV in the United States, which allows you to rotate the television horizontally, and vertically.

The TVs were originally debuted in South Korea last April, but will make an appearance at CES in Las Vegas this week.

The goal of these televisions is for you to be able to watch Instragram, Snapchat, and TikTok and videos, which appear vertically on smartphones.

Samsung has not released the price and availability for these TVs at the time of the article.