Samsung introduced its next generation of SUHD TVs and made the challenging statement that the line will help the company lead the global market for the next 10 years.
The brand’s strategy is to invest in high standard devices, so much so that the SUHD models with 55 and 65 inches cost the equivalent of R $ 13.8 thousand and R $ 19.9 thousand, respectively. And the line still has versions in 75 “and 88”, according to the etnews.
The devices are more expensive for having a quantum dot technology, which further improves the image quality – with more natural colors and an HDR that doubles the peaks of illumination. With an expression of colors at 92%, according to the DCI, and 100%, according to SRGB, TVs have 20% better performance than LCD devices.
The TVs have a Tizen operating system, which displays information about the program on the screen and allows the streaming of extra content from Galaxy devices.
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