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Samsung introduces the premium SUHD TV into the Kenya Market

SUHD TV in Kenya

Competition among TV manufacturers is a good thing to consumers as they are the ones who end up benefitting. Increased competition forces manufacturers to be innovative and introduce new features that consumers will find appealing. Samsung knows this all well and that is why the company announced the all new SUHD TVs back in January this year.

The SUHD TVs are just UHD TVs on steroids. They bring in a new innovation that delivers superior picture quality with stunning contrast, striking brightness and spectacular color. Additionally, Samsung’s SUHD TVs have a number of new and exciting features–its SUHD re-mastering engine delivers an unrivaled viewing experience; its stylish curved design provides viewers with a more immersive viewing experience; and its Smart TV functions are now powered by Tizen, giving viewers easy access to their favorite content.

Allan Oyier, Director, Consumer Electronics, “Our innovative heritage and spirit continue to push the boundaries of the home entertainment experience to new possibilities. Regardless of the content source, Samsung provides the leading picture in the industry and will continue to do so with our SUHD TVs. Consumers can trust that we are more committed than ever to consistently deliver a superior home entertainment experience for years to come.”

Better Image Quality

Samsung says that the SUHD TVs bring unmatched picture quality that consumers will enjoy. The company says that these TVs are able to achieve this through the use of the eco-friendly nano-crystal technology and intelligent re-mastering picture quality engine.

Samsung says that the SUHD TV’s nano-crystal semiconductor transmits different colors of light depending on their size for a much higher color purity and light efficiency. Using this technology helps the SUHD TV produce more accurate colors giving viewers 64 times more color expression that normal TVs.

As for the re-mastering engine, it automatically analyzes the brightness of images to minimize power consumption while expressing ultimate contrast levels, producing images with much darker blacks and elevated brightness up to 2.5 times brighter than conventional TVs.

Sophisticated Design

The SUHD TVs have the curved design that delivers a stunning and immersive home entertainment experience. “From curved to flat, Samsung’s SUHD TVs capture the design aesthetic of contemporary art and architecture that are both captivating and functional,” added Mr. Oyier, “The Kenyan consumer seeks for beauty and purpose! Samsung is able to satisfy consumers with outstanding design and functionality within the home space.”

Apart from the design, the SUHD TV is powered by Tizen which is an open-source platform that supports web standards for TV app development.

The SUHD TVs in Kenya will be available in 78, 88 and 105 inches. Price will be revealed later, I will update that as soon as I have the information. Keep it here for more information about this TV in the next few days.

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