Samsung jumps aboard the curved Ultra HD TV bandwagon

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samsung-curved-hdtvSamsung might be from the same country as that of LG, hailing from South Korea, but this does not mean that they are bosom buddies when it comes to sharing customers in the consumer electronics arena. Samsung has laid claim that they have on offer a world’s first, which is also the largest and most curved 105-inch Curved UHD TV ever, and this bad boy will be unveiled over at CES next year. Next year is not too far away actually, especially when you consider that CES 2014 is happening in January next year.

Your eyes will definitely be blown away by what the Samsung 105-inch Curved UHD TV is able to deliver, as it will make use of a new proprietary picture quality algorithm which is capable of offering optimized color and greater feeling of depth. In a nutshell, you will be treated to nearly two times vivid images when viewed from the side, and it comes with 11 million pixels (that’s 5120 X 2160 for you) screen resolution alongside a 21:9 aspect ratio.

Samsung’s 105” Curved UHD TV is touted to be the world’s most curved, it comes with nearly two times vivid images when viewed from the side, offering you the best possible TV viewing experience from any angle. Apart from that, the 105 inch monster will also make use of its ‘Quadmatic Picture Engine’ that will be able to offer up UHD-level picture quality regardless of what kind of source it hails from.

Pricing details and other hardware specifications remain to be seen, but if the past few editions of CES is anything to go by, this could very well lead to the first generation of many curved Ultra HD TVs down the road. Unless Japanese companies like Mitsubishi and Panasonic have nothing like this up their sleeves in January, we do expect to see them jump aboard the bandwagon in CES 2015.

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