Samsung teases with new HDR UHDTVs

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HDR is the next big thing in for Ultra HD TVs, the problem however is the number in nits of brightness clarity it can produce. A proper good (U)HDTV these days is in the 300 to 500 Nits range (a Nit is also Candela = the light of one candle). Samsung's new TVs will be able to do a 1000 nits. 

Samsung is also releasing a HDR compatible Ultra HD Blu-ray Player.

Samsung to offer curved SUHD TVs with Quantum dot displays. 

Samsung unveiled its spectacular new line-up of SUHD TVs that feature unparalleled picture quality with Quantum dot display, the world’s first bezel-less curved design which is beautiful from every angle and the smart user experience that makes it easy for consumers to access all their entertainment and content in one place. Samsung’s 2016 SUHD TVs feature the world’s only cadmium-free, 10-bit Quantum dot display, offering the most true-to-life picture quality, with stunning brightness, exceptional contrast and the most lifelike colors ever offered by Samsung. Keeping in mind that most viewers watch TV in a lighted room, Samsung designed its new SUHD TVs to deliver the optimum viewing experience, regardless of lighting environment. This new range of Samsung SUHD TVs will provide a premium high dynamic range (HDR) experience, with 1,000 nit HDR minimum for a higher level of contrast between light and dark images. New Ultra Black technology also significantly reduces light reflection, further enhancing picture quality with minimal glare.

Built on the Tizen operating system (OS), Samsung’s 2016 Smart TVs make it easier for consumers to discover and access all their favorite content and services, from TV and movies to games and program information, all in one place with the New Smart Hub, Smart Control remote and Smart View mobile application.The company also unveiled its first Ultra HD Blu-ray Player, the UBD-K8500, which is HDR compatible and offers four times the resolution and 64 times detailed color expression of a conventional Blu-ray player.

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