Samsung Electronics West Africa has introduced onto the Ghanaian market its latest super-sized 85-inch Ultra High-Definition (UHD) TVs which is set to redefine TV watching experience with an impressive resolution which is four times more than that of regular full HD TVs.
According to Mr.
"The LED panel of the new UHD TVs produces crisp detail along with optimal colour and contrast, while the Quadmatic Picture Engine adapts the source image, eliminates visual noise and improves the detail and sharpness of the image before up-scaling the picture to be displayed in Ultra HD resolution," he added.
Samsung has also used its Precision Black Pro technology and Micro Dimming Ultimate feature in the new 85-inch UHD TV. This provides better brightness, contrast with the deepest blacks, and real 4K resolution using proprietary algorithms.
The new range of Samsung UHD TVs features narrow bezels, metal stand and metallic finish and its design hides the built-in speakers and subwoofers that produce 70W audio. The One Connect Box used in these TVs removes cable by aggregating all connectors from multimedia players.
The new Samsung UHD TVs is designed to give users the ultimate TV experience as they can enjoy enhanced search, navigation and control features, with Samsung's S-Recommendation with Voice Interaction Technology, a personal guide to discovering new and preferred content on Samsung Smart TVs.
By analysing a user's viewing history, the popularity and release dates of television programmes, S-Recommendation creates a personalised menu of content for each viewer. The UHD TVs also have built-in camera, video chat capability and wireless content sharing with mobile devices through screen mirroring.
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