Samsung Shows UN98S9 98-inch 8K TV at CES 2016

2016-01-08T19:41:29+00:00January 8th, 2016|Home|885 Comments

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In addition to our previous news post about Samsung’s SUHD TV lineup for 2016, the company is also showcasing a brand new mammoth 8K LED TV – 98 inches in size – at CES 2016.  The UN98S9 has a resolution of 7,680 x 4,320 pixels and is equipped with an 8K “interface” to be able to receive 8K signals.

Highlights of this 8K TV include:

  • 98-inch curved LED LCD
  • 8K resolution (four times the resolution of 4K)
  • Quantum Dot-enhanced color
  • 4,200 radius curvature
  • 2016 smart TV features with Internet of Things

Pricing or release date have not yet been announced.

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