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AV News Round Up, Issue 1

Published on 07 Dec 2021Written by Dr Jiulin Teng with Neofiliac News AI
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News Digest

Issue 1 of Neofiliac's AV News Round Up: This time, we bring 2 updates from Samsung, and Sonus faber.
This Round Up provides our summaries on these latest industry news. It is made possible with our NLP-based algorithms.

News Round Up

Samsung announced on 25 Nov 2021

Samsung Electronics Sold One Million Units of ‘The Frame’ in 2021
Samsung Electronics today announced that it has sold more than one million units of ‘The Frame’ this year, making it Samsung’s first single-year million-seller in its Lifestyle TV lineup. “The Frame is not just a device for watching TV, but a lifestyle product which enhances a space with its design and enriches consumers’ lives with an extensive art collection,” said Simon Sung, Executive Vice President and Head of the Sales & Marketing Team of the Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. As consumers have been spending more time at home, the popularity of home entertainment content has risen, along with consumer demand for their screens to go beyond a home appliance and enhance their interior design.
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Sonus faber announced on 07 Dec 2021

We Paired 6 Sonus Faber Speakers With 6 Music Albums Released In 2021
Thinking of selecting, above the rest, the musical productions that left their mark is not easy. We tried to combine 6 albums released in 2021 with 6 Sonus faber speakers that can enrich the listening and to grasp its unique style. Little Simz – Sometimes I Might Be Introvert
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