Samsung reveals new Ultra HD TVs

Samsung is currently leading in the smartphone market, but that does not mean that they are going to be left behind when other products are taken into consideration.
Samsung recently released its S-Series Ultra HD TVs but they are not slowing down, revealing it has new models due in September. At the pre-IFA Global Press Conference, Samsung confirmed that it has larger and smaller versions of its UHD S9000 sets running at 4K resolution for IFA 2013 later this year.


Currently there is no television that is compatible with the upcoming UHD standards, but there is still a question about UHD broadcasting. These shows are not expected until 2016 and the decoding and tuner standards are still not settled upon, so Samsung can not yet start building them into TVs.

Also if the answer to UHD broadcasting is streaming and downloading the shows, it will require a fat internet  connection. Also the HVEC codec likely to be used, the successor of MPEG codec, is not yet standardised for UHD 3D at 60fps.

There are plans for the Evolution kit which will provide a slot-in box that will add an upgraded processor or graphics chip or more to speed up the old sets with technology after they are on sale. It will be revealed at IFA 2013 in September about how the new size Ultra HD TVs will compete in the television market.
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