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Samsung KN55F9500 Real OLED TV

After a false start in 2012, Samsung shows it's getting serious about OLED technology by announcing another 55-inch set, the N55F9500 Real OLED TV.

By Jan. 7, 2013

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Samsung's KN55F9500 OLED TV promises vivid picture quality

The KN55F9500 Real OLED TV includes a brace of features and promises vivid RGB color quality.

By Jan. 10, 2013


Samsung ships first OLED TV to Korea, U.S. version to follow

In what will be the third 55-inch OLED TV to make it to market, after two LG models, Samsung's KN55F9500 55-inch OLED TV will arrive in Korea next week for around $9,000.

By Jun. 20, 2013


Samsung announces curved OLED for $13,000

Samsung has announced the 55-inch curved OLED will be available in South Korea next month for $13,000 U.S., but local availability is yet to be confirmed.

By Jun. 28, 2013


How Samsung might actually get featuritis under control

Can you have too many capabilities in your TV or washing machine or smartphone? Samsung's guilty of cramming, but it's also seriously trying to simplify -- consider its new interface for smart TVs or its notification system on the Galaxy S4.

By Mar. 15, 2013


Sony CES press conference: Heavy on 4K TVs, OLED, plus an actual phone!

Sony has wrapped up the last major press conference of the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show with a bang, namely smaller 4K TVs, a 4K video distribution system, and one of the only smartphones of CES.

By Jan. 7, 2013


Curved OLED HDTV screens are a bad idea (for now)

OLED is a great idea, curved screens can be a great idea, but curved OLED screens are not.

By Jun. 18, 2013


The 2013 TVs of CES are bigger and smarter, but what about the picture?

The 2013 Consumer Electronics show is a wrap, and now that we know something about the hundreds of new TVs models, it's worth asking whether all those new technologies will improve what matters: picture quality.

By Jan. 11, 2013


Why Ultra HD 4K TVs are still stupid

The flood of TVs with higher resolution than 1080p is inevitable, but at typical TV sizes, quadruple the pixels makes no difference in picture quality and are not worth the extra price.

By Jan. 28, 2013