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Samsung unveils new UHD TV

By Benjamin Alade
15 July 2015   |   12:22 am
To further increase the viewing experience of its premium users Samsung Electronics West Africa has introduced into the Nigerian market an Ultra High Definition television. The SUHD TV is a game-changer that evolves in terms of hardware, software, content and the overall ecosystem with display made from Samsung’s proprietary, eco-friendly nano-crystal semiconductors, which transmit different…

SAMSUNGDigital VillageTo further increase the viewing experience of its premium users Samsung Electronics West Africa has introduced into the Nigerian market an Ultra High Definition television.

The SUHD TV is a game-changer that evolves in terms of hardware, software, content and the overall ecosystem with display made from Samsung’s proprietary, eco-friendly nano-crystal semiconductors, which transmit different colours of light, depending on their size, to produce the highest colour purity and light efficiency.

According to the firm, the television is the world’s first Curved UHD TV which marks a monumental leap into the future of television viewing, setting a new standard in premium UHD content and elevating consumers’ viewing experience to new levels.
It comes in two new series, JS9500 and JS9000, four screen sizes ranging from 88”, 78” 65” and 55”, which enables consumers purchase not only the best possible picture, but a TV that best fits their needs.

Speaking at the launch in Lagos, Managing Director, Samsung Electronics West Africa, Brovo Kim, said the TV gives a new meaning to TV experience and consumers, providing users with easy access to desired content, an integrated entertainment experience and more choices than ever before.

“The SUHD TV celebrates a major milestone in the UHD era, delivering superior picture quality with stunning contrast and striking brightness. Included in the product is the SUHD re-mastering engine which automatically analyses the brightness of images to minimize additional power consumption.