Samsung Electronics has launched its new 2014 Ultra High Definition (UHD) LED television in Ghana. The TV becomes the first curved UHD TV to sell in the West African country.
Vishwas Saxena, the Director for Consumer Electronics at Samsung Electronics West Africa, said that the new range builds on Samsung’s commitment to innovation in television technology and showcases its advancements in product design by offering Ghanaians an “unforgettable, immersive viewing experience.”
“Everything looks more realistic and eye-pleasing on this screen. The unmatched resolution allows the viewing of 4K picture quality and vivid natural colours. Samsung’s Auto Depth Enhancer technology brings the impressive picture quality to life,” said Saxena.
The new TV has about four times the resolution of full HD TVs and delivers sharp, profoundly in-depth pictures. The Samsung up-scaling technology process converts low resolution content to 4K level picture quality through detection and noise reduction.
Aesthetically, this TV is quite something, as it has a three-dimensional effect. The curved design provides a bold new cinematic experience for the home users, with a curvature of 4200 radius (4200r).
The surround view provided by the curved screen gives a wider field of view triggering panorama effect. The concave curve of the screen fits the shape of the human eye for optimized comfort. There is a uniformed distance between the surface are of the curved screen and the user, thus offering a uniformed viewing experience while simultaneously minimizing image distortion on each side of the screen area.
The new Curved UHD TV is expected to go on sale in Ghana by end of this month.