Samsung Showcases its 85 Inches UHD TV at MENA Forum

Samsung UHD TV

Samsung unveiled numerous innovative products at the Samsung Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Forum 2013.

Among these, the revolutionary UHD TV has completely redefined the concept of home-entertainment.

Samsung has introduced its first 85-inch Ultra High Definition Television (UHD TV) – the 85S9, which presents a Timeless Gallery design, and sets a new standard for Television craftsmanship. The UHD TV appears to float within its frame and juxtaposes its minimalism with the imposing 85-inch display screen.

UHD TV 85S9 offers four times the resolution of Full HD displays to deliver picture detail and clarity. It also includes an up-scaling engine, powered by a quad-core processor, that can automatically up-convert HD and Full HD content to UHD resolution, offering a whole new world of viewing experiences.

This UHD TV also makes Samsung the first TV brand to offer support for the new high compression video codec – HEVC, which delivers higher streaming video quality over lower bandwidth, so the content will consistently look amazing.

The Managing Director, Samsung EC Pakistan Pvt. Ltd. – Mr. John Park said; “Samsung’s Smart-TVs have inspired a paradigm shift in the TV experience to hyper-connect cameras, intelligent home appliances and powerful personal-computers. The company has created new, richer experiences for consumers through its deep understanding of the dynamic life-styles in the MENA region and its relentless pursuit of discovery and innovation. Samsung has accomplished 65% sales growth in 2012 across the region, while it stands as the leading consumer electronics brand.”

At the Samsung MENA Forum 2013, participants were given the opportunity to gain hands-on experience with the complete range of Samsung’s 2013 product line-up. These technological offerings are created to deliver seamless content discovery, intuitive control and personalized user experiences.

Samsung UHD TV is prices around Rs. 520,000.


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    Sony already announced it and belive it Sony LED Tvs are much better than Samsung.

    • What? I think you are still using Sony 14″ TV Thats why you are saying this.