Samsung 65 and 55 Ultra HD TVs
Samsung to release 65 & 55" Ultra HD TVs

21 May 2013 | Rasmus Larsen |

Samsung unveiled its first three 85, 95 and 110” Ultra HD TVs back in January. In June, Samsung will launch smaller – and cheaper – 55 and 65 inch models, confirms Samsung Korea.

Samsung to release 65 & 55" Ultra HD TVs

The two new Ultra HD TVs will initially go on sale in South Korea in June, and Samsung hopes to challenge LG and Sony’s similar-sized Ultra HD offerings.

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Samsung has two new 65 and 55” Ultra HD TVs coming out soon


Samsung says that the TVs will use its latest LCD panels with LED lighting, including the Micro Dimming Ultimate technology that is also featured in other 2013 TVs from Samsung. In addition, the 65 and 55” Ultra HDs will offer full access to Samsung’s Smart TV platform and apps, and allow users to upgrade the Smart TV platform with the Smart Evolution Kit.

In the press release, Samsung uses a photo of the “Easel” design but the design is not mentioned in the text and it is probable that Samsung intends to use a more simple design without the built-in sound system and subwoofers.

Samsung shares no launch details for USA or Europe but the new TVs will most likely be unveiled at the upcoming IFA show in Berlin. IFA 2013 kicks of September 6th, 2013.



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