Samsung's Galaxy S22 Ultra Deal Saves You $200 on a Freestyle Projector
By Wesley Horvath
The Samsung Freestyle Projector, which sold out within a few days of CES 2022 is officially back in stock. Right now, there's even a bundle deal, so you can enjoy a truly cinematic experience from anywhere. When you purchase a Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra smartphone, you'll get $200 off the Freestyle. Take your entertainment on-the-go and watch anything you want from your phone on The Freestyle portable big screen experience.
Until March 27, save $200 on the Freestyle projector at the Discover Samsung spring event.
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The new and popular Samsung Freestyle portable projector has a 180-degree design and optimizes screen size, auto-focuses and levels the image even when pointed on an angle. The Freestyle can also access streaming service apps and already includes Alexa and Bixby support, which makes setting up movie night even easier.
WITH GALAXY S22 ULTRA
The USB-C compatible portable projector is powerful despite its tiny size. Though it weighs less than 2 pounds, the Freestyle Projector can project up to 100 inches and features its own built-in sound system. Plus, you don't have to spend ages fine-tuning this projector's setting because the Freestyle auto-focuses and automatically levels your video or image.
So, why look into a projector over say an OLED TV? Besides projectors being able to display bigger images than most non-commercial TVs, projectors reflect light. Whereas, TVs emit light. Technically speaking, reflected light is easier on the eyes. Of course, any projector can project large images or movies, but the Samsung Freestyle Projector has the resolution to keep the image quality intact.
Samsung knows how to transform your living room into a miniature movie theater, just without the 30 extra seats. After all, Samsung is the same company that unveiled The Wall, a 150-inch microLED TV, two years ago. The Freestyle has a 1080p resolution, so you won't have to suffer through a pixelated or blurry movie.