Samsung Announces UHD TV, OLED TV, LED TV, and Plasma TV With Evolution Kit At CES

Posted on Jan 8 2013 - 4:15am by Editorial Staff
Samsung S9 Ultra TV

Samsung S9 UHD TV

Samsung today bring its first-of-its king Smart features, larger screen sizes with breakthrough picture quality and elegant designs pushing together the boundaries of technologies through this CES. The company brings UHD TV, OLED TV, LED TV, and Plasma TV with not missing the evolution kit, which will deliver the Smart TV updates.

Starting with UHD TV, the highest resolution available on the larger screen, this S9 UHD TV represents the largest screen in home entertainment completing with all features to ensure the best picture quality possible. Thanks to Samsung’s Precision Black Pro technology, the company through S9 delivers deep, real blacks and pure vivacious whites, combining an extremely high contrast ratio and Ultimate Dimming control functionality. The S9 comes with 3-way 2.2 channels of 120 watt sound for an audio experience six times better than a typical TV.

The next in the line, the LED TV F8000 offers more vibrant and richer colors, filled with higher contrasts and a brighter picture quality than ever before. The F8000 is the world’s first Smart LED TV equipped with a quad-core processor, comprising of apps, online services and an on-air TV, available this year in 46″, 55″, 60″, 65″ and 75″ class screen sizes. While the other F7500 includes the same quad-core processor offered in the F8000, enabling Smart Interaction and other advanced features. It is available in 46″, 55″, and 60″ class screen sizes.

Moving to the Plasma TV, the Samsung F8500 offers ultimate picture quality with bringing the brightest picture available. The F8500 comes equipped with native support for HRVC-encoded content. The TV will be available in 51″, 60″ and 64″ class screen sizes and is highlighted by TV’s dark titan metal color, an ultra-slim frame, naturally curved lines and a unique square-shaped stand.

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