After the curved TVs, the market trend for big screen TV now goes to 4K HDR. Manufacturers like Vizio and LG had already introduced their models on this category, and just as you’ve thought Samsung has announced its latest 4K TV lineup.
The latest 4K TVs from Samsung will feature quantum dot technology which is capable of accurate colors than LED TVs. Sammy also revamped Smart Hub interface to streamline the setup and integration process. The hub will also feature SmartThings IoT platform that will allow user to control other smart home devices.
The cheapest on Samsung line-up is the 49-inch KS8000 that starts with $1,499 while the curved 55-inch KS8500 will have you at $1,997, then $2,998 for the 65-incher. Picture quality -loving peeps, there’s Samsung’s new 9-series, starting with the flat 55-inch KS9000 for $2,297, or the 65-inch KS9000 for $3,498.
If money ain’t problem with you, you’ll have the most pricey curved smart TV with Samsung’s 78-incher UHDTV worth $8,495.98.
Expect Sammy to improve this 4K TV line-up later on. These TVs are getting smarter, from connecting to internet, utilizing apps which are the norms –it can now recognize the plugin devices and show flawless integration, it’s also said to support cable boxes like Comcast, Dish and Time Warner, etc.