Samsung’s SUHD TV for Africa

At it’s annual Africa Forum Samsung last week in Turkey, showcased an extensive range of SUHD TVs for the African market, which sets a new standard in premium UHD content.

The SUHD TV showcased for the African market
The SUHD TV showcased for the African market

The launch of the 88-inch JS9500 TV, powered by a proprietary, eco-friendly nano-crystal display technology and intelligent SUHD re-mastering engine, is innovative in every way, delivering superior picture quality with stunning contrast, striking brightness, spectacular colour and superb UHD detail.

The SUHD re-mastering engine automatically analyses the brightness of images to minimise additional power consumption while expressing stunning contrast levels – producing images with improved contrast, elevated brightness two-and-a-half times brighter than conventional TVs and twice the colour adjustment points.

SUHD TV’s nano-crystal technology transmits different colours of light depending on their size to produce the highest colour purity and light efficiency available today. This technology provides viewers with 64 times more colour expression than conventional TVs.

The SUHD JS9500 TV features a Grand Chamfer bezel design, adding more depth to the TV screen, and the elegant frame makes the display appear like a piece of art when mounted on the wall. Samsung will offer four new series of SUHD TVs to Africa, including the JS9500, JS9000 and JS8000, each introducing a number of features, tailor-made to match the lifestyles of users in the region.

Users will be able to enjoy African Cinema Mode, which provides an optimised viewing experience for African cinematic content, as well as Ultra Clean View for crisper picture quality; More TV Plus for easy content transfer and Review, which records TV programs by capturing still images every 5 seconds with full audio. Samsung has also partnered with eNCA to provide users with easy access to Africa’s latest news, and is working with SuperSport to offer sports highlights and live scores. Users also have access to premium lifestyle application, ONTV.

From 2015, all new Samsung Smart TVs, including the SUHD line-up, will be powered by Tizen, an open source platform that supports web standards for App TV development. Most importantly, it ensures that consumers will have access to a much broader range of Smart TV content and services.

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