Thursday, December 22, 2011

Samsung Puts Smart TV in the Palm of Your Hand

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., a market leader and award-winning innovator in consumer electronics, has today introduced their latest convenience for their customers, the Samsung “Smart View” application. This new application enables users to view images from a Samsung Smart TV or other input device right on their mobile devices.
Available now for the Samsung Galaxy S2 Android smart phone, the free Smart View application displays Smart TV images right onto mobile devices via wireless Ethernet—whether consumers are enjoying cable broadcast programs or content from a Blu-ray player, camcorder, set-top box or other input device.
In addition, users can browse any currently installed Smart TV applications from their mobile devices, bringing even more functionality and convenience to the Samsung Apps experience. The company has once again strengthened convergence between Smart TV and mobile devices through this latest Smart View app offering.
“Samsung Smart TV is leading the “smart revolution” not only with the features of Smart TV itself—such as rich content, 2D and 3D picture quality, smart functions and design—but also with input devices using our Qwerty smart remote control, the Samsung Remote app, and now with Smart View,” said Hee Chang Yee, MD Samsung Electronics Pakistan. “The distinctive functionality of Samsung Smart TVs will continue to deliver the most convenient TV watching experience to consumers—enabling them to truly enjoy a smarter life.”
The Samsung Smart View is now available in the Android Market for Samsung Smart TV D7000, D8000, and D9500 series, as well as the Galaxy S2 smart phone, and will be available for the Galaxy player (YP-GB70) in July, along with the Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab later this year.
Samsung will continue to update the Samsung Smart View application with various remote control functions, optimally designed for Smart TV, to ensure customers use the unique features of Smart TV in increasingly convenient ways. A “Channel List” option, which lets users search program information and change channels on their mobile devices, will be added going forward.

Recent Posts