Samsung Electronics is gearing up to launch the Flip in Europe in 2021. The device is a 60 inch interactive digital flipchart, which is being aimed at the educational sectors in the region.
The South Korean tech giant’s Visual Display business plans to ship around tens of thousands of Samsung Flip devices in Europe next year, as per TheElec report. The large shipment numbers also imply that Chemtronics, which produces the flipcharts, would benefit from the expanded sales plans as well. Samsung Flip supports touch and resembles a kiosk in the manner of design. Although, it supports useful features like file sharing from smartphones and other devices.
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Additionally, it also supports the typical connectivity options like Wi-Fi, NFC, HDMI, and USB ports. Furthermore, the data on the chart can also be shared via email or be stored on cloud storage. The digital flipchart arrives alongside a Passive Pen, which acts as a marker for whiteboards. Once this pen is taken out, the Samsung Flip activates for use. Interestingly, the Flip also allows users to erase texts on the display through their hands, with drawings on the chart also being automatically saved every other minute to save accidental erases as well.
The company has so far unveiled a 55 inch and 65 inch model back in 2018. But now, Chemtronics is the exclusive OEM that will produce the 60 inch model for the European market. As per analysts, sales are expected to jump by 20 percent this year, which is projected to grow even further as Samsung will likely expand its OEMs for the Flip next year to account for increased shipments.
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