Samsung Electronics, today announced the launch of its first SUHD TV range in India. Also, all the Samsung Smart TVs, including the SUHD TV will be powered by the TizenOS, an open-source platform that supports the web standard for TV app development.
Additionally, Samsung's SUHD TVs comes with Nano Crystal Technology and SUHD re-mastering engine, which delivers an unrivaled viewing experience while the TizenOS, gives easy access to viewers with their favorite content.
How Samsung SUHD TV's Work?
Utilizing the Nano-Crystal technology, Samsung SUHD TVs demonstrate ground-breaking advances in color reproduction, brightness, contrast, and details.
The new Nano-Crystal semiconductors transmit different colors of light depending on their size to produce the highest color purity and light efficiency available today.
With Nano Color, viewers can experience up to 64 times more color expression than conventional TVs. Nano Brightness gives up to 2.5 times brighter images and Nano Contrast generates up to 10 times better contrast than conventional TVs.
Samsung SUHD TV - Key Features
The new user interface for Samsung's Smart Hub is more responsive and playful, allowing user's easier access to the content they want.
The UI is simplified to just one screen, displaying your most recent content and tailored content recommendations for even more entertainment options.
Consumers can share video content from their Samsung smartphone to their Smart TV with the press of a button and users can watch TV through their mobile devices without any apps or complicated pre-settings.
Samsung Smart TV owners can wake-up a bit easier with Briefing on TV. Samsung Smart TVs now act as an alarm and sync up with Samsung mobile devices, to turn on and display important items such as the time, weather and your schedule for the day.
Coming to the pricing and availability, Samsung's SUHD TV is now available at a price of Rs. 4,40,900 and Rs. 3,14,900 at all Samsung Smart Plazas and leading consumer electronic stores