During the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) 2015, the South Korean tech Giant Samsung didn't showcase any smartphone flagship, however the comapny unveiled one of its main premium flagships among the Super UHD TVs or also known as SUHD TVs.
The Super part indicates that the SUHD TV is equipped with two major new technologies including Samsung high dynamic range (HDR) playback and Quantum QTM 0% Dot colour reproduction. The HDR feature directly means that the JS9 series which will be available in 65, 78 and 88-inch respectively are bright enough and powerful enough for colour processing and is concerned to handle sources mastered to deliver a much wider colour space than you get with the usual industry video standards.
The panels are 10-bit this time rather than the previous version of Samsung's 8-bit, and features an Octa Core processing brains in place of the Quad Core processors used in the previous top-end Samsung Tvs.
Samsung's SUHD TVs certainly pointed out to be a powerful reminder of what difference a HDR can make to your viewing experience of cristal clear crisp image.
Getting in the details of the UHD/4K source, it is simply outstanding especially in dark areas. Further, the sense of contrast you get from the screen is spectacular, especially during extra brightness and dynamism of the HDR feed.
Bright parts of the image was mind blowing and intense too!! With white tones looking vastly more punchy and pure than they would in a non-HDR environment, a development done doubtlessly by the use of a direct LED lighting system with local dimming.
Samsung will offer three new series of SUHD TVs - JS9500, JS9000 and JS8500 - in nine screen sizes from 48" to 88 inch screens. The new SUHD TV will be powered by Tizen, an open-source platform that supports the web standard for TV app development and Samsung's new Smart TV platform will also allows consumers intuitive access, a more integrated entertainment experience, and more choices for content than ever before.