Following Toshiba, Sony and Seiki, Samsung is launching its F9000 Series of Ultra High-Definition TVs in the US next month. Available in 55-inch and 65-inch screen sizes, the F9000 is Samsung’s newly of Ultra HD 4K TVs that offers four times the resolution of a 1080p Full HD TV. They are powered by the Quadmatic Picture Engine for seamlessly upconvert SD, HD or Full HD content to UHD-level picture quality through a four-step process including signal analysis, noise minimization, UHD up-scaling and detail enhancement.
The F9000 series includes Smart TV and comes with built-in WiFi for access to online content. The integrated camera allows you to stay connected with friends and families. Thanks to the Precision Black Local Dimming technology, both 4K TVs can deliver an increased contrast and black levels. There is also Micro Dimming Ultimate that uses a special algorithm and scanning technology to provide sharper images and enhanced contrast.
Complementing the detailed images are the TV’s 2-way 2.2 channels 70-watt sound. Shipping in August, the 55-inch and 65-inch models are priced at $5499.99 and $7499.99, respectively. Pre-order starts at 21 July.