Samsung Launches Monster 105 Inch UHD Curved TV That Bends

    South Korean giant Samsung is betting on curve TVs, it seems. The Galaxy Note 4 maker has launched a bendable 105-inch ultra high-definition curve TV at the ongoing IFA tech show in Berlin. The price of the monster TV is yet to be disclosed.

    The bendable TV has been launched for select European markets. To date Samsung has already added 17 curve TVs into market - coming in sizes from 48 to 105-inches.

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    Samsung Launches Monster 105 Inch UHD Curved TV That Bends

    Samsung's 105-inch HD monster is billed as world's biggest curved TV on the market. It's the largest bendable curve TV.

    As mentioned before, the TV is bendable, too. Samsung promises the ultimate viewing experience for consumers. The new TV also has a built-in 160W speaker to deliver rich sound quality.

    Basically, Samsung's 105-inch television offer up 1 million pixel (5120X2160) screen resolution, and deliver five times the resolution of Full HD and upscales any content to UHD resolution.

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    Samsung Launches Monster 105 Inch UHD Curved TV That Bends

    "We're at the helm of a new era in TV viewing - an era driven by the curve: a simple yet powerful design ethos that greatly enhances the viewing and overall sensory experience," said HyunSuk Kim, Executive Vice President of the Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics.

    At the same event, Samsung also introduced the world's first curved sound speaker that can be paired with curve TVs.

    Samsung also announced deals with 20th Century Fox and Netflix, respectively.

    Source - Samsung

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