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Samsung introduces world’s first Curved OLED TV

January 15, 2013 • Gadgets and Gaming

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd unveiled Samsung’s curved OLED TV, at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) last week, breaking the barrier of innovation in home entertainment.  The OLED panel is curved, which provides depth to the content displayed for a more life-like viewing experience.

Samsung’s curved OLED TV at the International Consumer Electronics Show (image: Samsung)

Additionally, consumers will enjoy the Curved OLED TV for its immersive panorama effect, which is currently not possible with conventional flat-panel TVs.

When watching captivating content such as vast landscapes and scenes from nature on the Curved OLED TV, they will feel like they are surrounded by the beautiful scenery.

Leveraging its expertise in display technology, Samsung has optimised the picture quality of the Curved OLED TV to deliver a comfortable viewing experience. Viewing visual contents on Samsung’s Curved OLED TV does not cause eye strain on the human eye, as the curved panel allows the distance between the user and TV screen to be the same from almost any angle.

“Samsung is dedicated to developing innovation television solutions, beyond what consumers could ever expect, or could even imagine. We will continue our tradition of developing Samsung TV innovations by steadily introducing new TV technology that helps enhance the lives of users, even beyond the World’s First Curved OLED TV,” said HS Kim, executive vice president of Visual Display Business, Samsung Electronics. Watch this space for local availability of the Samsung Curved OLED.

Staff writer

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One Response to Samsung introduces world’s first Curved OLED TV

  1. Anonymous says:

    It doesn’t seem like a curved TV would have many benefits, but it’s a TV that has to be seen to believe. Even when you’re at a different angle from the TV, it looks really good. One of my DISH coworkers who went with me to CES was drooling over the 4K TVs. I was busy thinking about how well these TVs would go with the DISH Hopper and Joeys I have here at home. Seeing as my whole-home DVR lets me watch up to 4 HD programs in different rooms, I would probably end up getting multiple curved screen TVs in the future.

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