Joining LG in the race of OLED TV, Samsung too has introduced its 55 inch Super OLED TV. This large screen Super OLED TV from Samsung has been launched at CES 2012. Samsung focuses more on using “True OLED” RGB subpixels for making it different from other LED TVs. Samsung has designed theoretically this Super OLED TV, with better quality image and more efficient display. This 55 inch smart TV will featured with smart TV feature and smart interaction technologies.
Though the model number has not yet been revealed officially by Samsung, but it is believed that, the TV will be known as KN55ES9000. And you will also have to wait for having the details regarding its price and release date. But they have promised that, it will arrive sometime in quarter second or third of this year.
This super OLED TV from Samsung comes with eye-popping picture quality and super fast response times, along with ultra thin form factor, which is believed to be the hallmark of OLED technology. The TV with its each OLED pixel, which is made up of self emitting RGB sub-pixels, that laid directly on the display panel, resulting in improved wide viewing angles, better contrast and superior black and white levels in comparison to LCD displays, and there won’t be any requirement for a backlight or a color filter. Samsung also is claiming that, the display response of this super OLED TV will eliminates motion blur and will improve the unit’s 3D performance as well.
Samsung super OLED TV is powered by a dual core chipset that will let users to run multiple applications simultaneously and can open a number of pages on the tabbed web browser. Apart from controlling via remote control, this TV can be controlled with voice controls by using two unidirectional microphones and background noise cancellation technology, which will allow users to activate selected applications, activate the search functions in the web browser and order the TV to search. There is also an in built camera in the TV, enabling face recognition feature as well as motion control.
So, all in all, a fine TV to have, when it arrived in quarter second of 2012.