After a South Korean introduction in June, Samsung has officially announced the US debut of its 55-inch curved OLED-TV. The TV offers Samsungâ€™s full range of Smart features and will set you back $9000 USD.
Samsung's curved OLED-TV comes to USA for $9000
At last. After more than one and a half yearâ€™s wait, Samsung has released its first OLED-TV in the US. A curved OLED-TV, to be more specific.
The TV features Samsungâ€™s RGB OLED technology, Full HD resolution, active 3D technology and Samsungâ€™s quad-core powered Smart TV platform. It is also Samsungâ€™s first TV to feature its MultiView technology that allows two users to see different TV shows on the TV by wearing 3D glasses.
Samsungâ€™s curved OLED-TV is available in USA now
Samsung says that the TV delivers â€ścontrast ratio never before seen on conventional TVsâ€ť as well as very wide viewing angles, vivid and rich colors and extremely fast response time.
The TV has a metallic frame and a design inspired by what Samsung called â€śTimeless Arenaâ€ť. All cables are inserted in a separate box that connects to the TV with a single cable.
Contradicting an earlier report from CNET that stated a $15,000 USD price tag for Samsungâ€™s OLED-TV, it will cost 40 % less at $9000 USD. LG currently sells its 55â€ť curved OLED-TV for $15,000.
Samsung KN55S9C is available at specialty retailers in the US now.