Last year in November, tech giant Samsung has announced to unveil 85-inch Ultra HD TV at CES and was bragging that this TV will be “the world’s largest commercialized UHD LED TV,” with approximately 8 million pixels and “life-like picture quality.”
What strikes you first when you look at this display is the original design it has, an enormous screen suspended onto a frame with the help of which it can be moved up and down and a floating effect that it has to it, which is quite impressive. Its frame is not just a technicality, because it has a 120 watt 2.2 speaker system. A first sight drawback would have to be the size of this thing, since not many people own a livingroom big enough to fit this kind of TV. The quality of the image is incredible, although the company will not enable it to users with native 4K content, Samsung insists on its upscaling algorithms.
In terms of internal features, this Ultra HD TV holds the new Smart Hub software from Samsung, voice control, S-Recommendation and has a 1.35 GHZ quad-core A15 processor. It is also provided with 4 HDMI port and optical audio. As far as the price is concerned, Samsung hasn’t announced anything yet, but this detail is expected to be released sometime near March.
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