Looks like Samsung has finally made the live introduction of a large Super OLED display, putting an end to LG's short-lived monopoly in this field.
LG may have been the first company to formally reveal a 55-inch OLED TV, but Samsung has just done the same.
No name was given to the model demonstrated during Samsung's CES conference.
This may be the company's way of implying that it expects Super OLED to sell itself instead of relying on ambitious monikers.
The hallmarks of the new display technology are accurate color reproduction and realistic picture quality.
Samsung also promises that Super OLED TVs have little to no motion blur, being faster than LED backlights.
Furthermore, Samsung was able to implement the “Smart Interaction” system, which uses motion control for powering the display on or off, adjusting the volume and even activating apps or searching the web via a browser.
Two unidirectional mics and an integrated webcam are used by the technology.
Samsung also spoke about TVs in general and the role they should play from now on, pointing out the expanding feature set and the increasing number of Smart TVs that can remove the need for media players or connection hubs.
“The TV is at the heart of our homes, and is the central device that connects our family at the end of a long day. For Samsung, this means providing the future of Smart TV now—through new TVs that recognize and respond to you, connect your family in and out of the home, and offer amazing new content options personalized to your lifestyle and needs,” says
Samsung Electronics President Boo-Keun Yoon.
“Further, to extend the new TV experience and equip families with future technologies, Samsung has created the ability to scale up your TV each year—ensuring the best “new TV” experience for years to come.”