Nearly a month after unveiling it at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Samsung has announced that it will be launching its SUHD TV series in South Korea this month. The premium range of Tizen-powered TVs will be available in four sizes – 55-inches, 65-inches, 78-inches, and 88-inches – with prices ranging from $5,000 to $7,250.
The curved TVs support 4K UHD resolution, and feature quantum-dot technology for improved color, as well as improved picture quality, something which Samsung claims it has achieved with an “intelligent re-mastering picture engine”. The South Korean company says that it has also worked with 20th Century Fox on the best way to optimize video content for the TVs.
The SUHD series supports the Quick Connect feature, allowing you to connect the TVs to Samsung’s Galaxy phones and tablets.