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Samsung 2013 plasma TVs
Samsung's 2013 plasma TVs, F8500 new flagship

10 Jan 2013 | Rasmus Larsen |

Samsung has introduced a limited plasma line-up for 2013 but plasma is certainly not dead. Samsung introduces the F8500 flagship plasma TV and new, cheaper 5 and 4 series.

Samsung’s 2013 plasma TVs

F8500 packs the most advanced technology and has a new ”Metal Craft Design” with a slim profile. The base has been redesigned and is unlike any previous models from Samsung.

Samsung F8500
Samsung’s new plasma flagship TV is called F8500


Samsung promises a major improvement in brightness due to a new plasma panel that also improves black depth. Black depth also appears deeper during daytime due to a new, improved Real Black Pro anti reflective filter. FlatpanelsHD had a chance to get an exclusive look at all the new high-end TVs from Samsung in a light controlled room and the 8 series certainly looks promising. The TV also offers active 3D.

Samsung F8500
Samsung’s new plasma flagship TV is called F8500


Samsung F8500 also implements the new Smart TV platform and all the new features, including tablet & smartphone interactivity, streaming services, tv apps, quad core processor and voice/gesture control. The 8 series also has the Evolution Kit that allows users to upgrade the Smart Hub next year.

Samsung has no new 7 or 6 series planned but a new 5 range will be introduced as a Full HD TV. F5000 will not feature the same improved panel as the F8500.

Lastly, Samsung plans to unveil an inexpensive 4 series.



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