You Can Now Tell Samsung You Are Interested In the Freestyle. But What Is It?

It’s something we’ve seen before, but packed with all sorts of innovative tech.
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From today to 6 March, Malaysians can express interest in Samsung’s next innovative lifestyle gadget, the Freestyle. 

Announced and launched ahead of this year’s CES, back in early January, the Freestyle was touted as having a first of its kind technology and is targeted at Gez Z and millennials, and not those who are stuck in their old ways. 

So What Is It?

The Freestyle is small and really smart… projector. Hear us out. 

It touts auto keystone and auto levelling features, 360° sound with dual passive woofers, and a Smart TV experience.

That translates to: easier than any other projector in the market to set up, does not need a sound system to sound great, and all you need is an internet connection and a blank wall or ceiling for it to work.

What Can It Do?

Samsung says it can display crystal-clear images on any surface, at any angle, and project an image up to 100in across. 

For power, the Freestyle can be plugged in and it is compatible with external batteries that support USB-PD and 50W/20V output or above.

It could also be connected to a standard E26 light socket – in the US at first – without the need for additional wiring.

What Else Can It Do?

The Freestyle can also be used for mood lighting using its ambient mode and translucent lens cap, functions as a smart speaker, and is a music visualiser.

It also offers Smart TV features, just like Samsung Smart TVs, with built-in streaming services and mirroring and casting features compatible with both Android and iOS mobile devices. 

It is the industry’s first portable projector that is certified by global major OTT partners, providing customers with the best content viewing experience. 

It is also the first projector to include far-field voice control, allowing users to choose their favourite voice assistants when using the device hands-free.

Tell Samsung You Want One

If you are interested in knowing more about the Freestyle you can register with Samsung and tell them directly at

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