Hong Kong’s lovers of all things high-tech are in for a treat as the South Korean consumer electronics brand launches its brand new SUHD TV series in the city
Global leader in consumer electronics Samsung recently launched the brand new SUHD TV series in Hong Kong.
Utilising the brand’s trademark eco-friendly Nano-crystal Technology, Samsung SUHD TVs demonstrate groundbreaking advances in contrast, brightness, colour reproduction and detail — offering superior picture quality. Through adjusting the size of ultrafine particles, Nano-crystal Technology expresses brilliant colours by using the high light purity of wavelengths. In addition, the SUHD TV features the 10-bit Nano Crystal Black Panel that produces a wide range of more accurate colours, providing viewers with 64 times more colour expression than conventional TVs.
By automatically analysing the content colour and brightness, SUHD Re-mastering Engine not only fully delivers SUHD premium content, but also optimises and enhances general content to match the superior image reproduction of the SUHD TV.
Samsung's Peak Illuminator registers subtle differences of brightness to minimise additional power consumption, while also producing ultimate contrast levels for better details, in even the darkest screen images, bringing an elevated level of brightness that is more than two and a half times brighter than conventional TVs.
Designed to improve picture quality, especially the low-quality input of external sources, Ultra Clean View enables an automatic analysis of the resolution of original content. It enhances details throughout and reduces noises with an optimal algorithm setting to match the resolution, ensuring perfect clarity and vividness of pictures that meet user expectations.
Some of the products in the line also come with the optimal curvature of 4200R (4,200mm radius). The surround view by a curved screen gives a wider field of view leading to a panorama effect. Compared with flat-panel TVs, the curved screen offers higher contrast from different viewing positions, as well as reducing reflection and interference from external light for much clearer picture quality.
The new line will be powered by Tizen — an open-source platform that supports the web standard for TV app development. Among the bevy of new features that come with Tizen is a new user interface for Samsung's Smart Hub that is more responsive and playful. It is simplified to just one screen, displaying consumers' most recent content and tailored content recommendations for even more entertainment options. Another feature is Quick Connect, which enables Samsung Smart TVs to automatically recognise Samsung smartphones once paired via BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) technology. Consumers can share video content from their Samsung smartphones to their Smart TVs at the press of a button. Also, users can watch TV through their mobile devices without any apps or complicated pre-settings.
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