CES 2014 – Samsung unveils new curved Ultra HDTVs

In a move to expand their curved Ultra HD line, Samsung revealed its latest additions in the race for the biggest and most advanced HDTV’s along with plans for streaming of 4K video in the works.

In a special presentation at CES 2014 in Las Vegas, the manufacturer unveiled its U9000 series of curved 4K HDTVs, to be available in 55, 65 and 78-inch varieties and set to be launched in the second quarter of 2014.

Additional TVs that have already been shown by Samsung are the 85-inch Ultra HD (UHD) LED set and the giant 105-inch Curved UHD TV which also feature flexible, bending displays.

The curved displays deliver a ‘lifelike picture quality’ according to Samsung and give the experience of 3-D and IMAX with features including top viewing distance of 3 to 4 metres, automatic contrast adjustment and Samsung’s Auto Depth Enhancer. The TV’s can also all be wall mounted.

The U9000 series will come with HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2 compliance, MHL 3.0 and the inclusion of Samsung’s One Connect box, containing inputs, outputs and processing chips and allows you to upgrade at any time.

Among the many exciting announcements from Samsung, there are also plans to add streaming of Ultra HD content through the company’s Smart Hub gateway, with partners including Amazon, Netflix, DirecTV and more.

Samsung is on a roll with after the recent announcement of its impressive 110-inch UHD display, new sizes run from 50 inches to 75.

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