Samsung ES8000 LED TV
Samsung unveils ES8000 LED Smart TV

09 Jan 2012 | Rasmus Larsen |

Samsung follows up on last year’s extremely popular LED models with a new flagship called ES8000. The ES8000 model comes with dual-core processor for better Smart TV performance, including voice recognition and gestures. ES8000 will be available up to 75-inches.

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Samsung ES8000 LED

ES8000 is Samsung’s new flagship LED model in 2012. With an improved Smart TV platform, Samsung hopes to take Smart TVs to the next level with voice/hand gesture recognition, and face detection. Samsung highlights apps such as Angry Birds and a new 3D streaming service. A cool new feature is an update slot in the side of the TV that makes users able to update their TV year after year.

ES8000 has a almost borderless TV and a new U-shaped stand. The TV is extremely thin. The ES8000 also comes with built-in camera.

Samsung ES8000 LED
Samsung ES8000 LED

  • Extremely slim design
  • Edge LED
  • Next-gen Smart TV (with updating module)
  • Dual-core processor
  • 3D

    Samsung ES8000 LED
    Samsung ES8000 LED

    Samsung E8000 will be available in 46, 55, 60, 65, and 75 inches. Available from spring 2012.

    We will take a closer look at the new Smart TV platform as well as other new Samsung technologies in later articles.

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