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Samsung 55 inch Super-OLED-Tv will be much cheaper than 8.000.- Dollar

Samsung 55 inch Super-OLED-Tv will be much cheaper than 8.000.- Dollar

Today we spoke with Samsung Electronics Austria-Switzerland-Slovenia about the showcased 55 inch Super-Oled-Tv at CES-2012. Samsung is ready for production  and they can mass produce more than 48.000 pieces per month like LG-Electronic.
Samsung want to roll out the device worldwide before LG Electronics 55 inch WOLED. Sure we ask also for the price for that amazing device!

Samsung answers:

The price of the 55 inch Super-OLED-Tv will be much cheaper than 8.000.- Dollar. It will be a little bit higher than the premium LED-Tv/Plasma-Tv devices from Samsung.

The model number for Europe is KE55ES9600 for US: KN55ES9600!

Super-OLED-Tv has collected a lot of awards at CES-2012.

• Popular Science – Best of CES 2012: Products of the Future. “After you’ve stood in front of this OLED beauty, it’s hard to look at normal TVs the same way again.”

• G4 TV- Best of the Best Products. “They’re gorgeous, they’re razor thin, the picture on it is looks amazing, the voice recognition is awesome and the motion recognition is awesome.”

• Stuff Magazine – CES Hot Stuff Award. “Ludicrously slim, amazingly bright and devilishly clever… it also has facial recognition and is one of the first TVs with upgradeable innards”

Gizmodo about the 55 inch panel:

The first thing your brain realizes after your eyes recover from the explosive eyegasm is that the picture looks like it’s floating in mid air. That’s because the bezel is supermodel-who’s-not-eaten-in-weeks thin, essentially unnoticeable, letting your picture appear frameless. The blacks are darker than night, the colors are deliciously vivid and to be honest, it looks better than real life. It’s the best thing my eyes have ever seen.


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