The Chinese company's SEUY04 series is now available in three screen sizes, including a newly announced 65-inch version for $2,999 -- two grand less than mainstream competitors.
At CES in Las Vegas, Samsung introduces an 85-inch bendable LED TV. With the press of a button, a flat-screen TV can be transformed into a curved Ultra HD TV.
From the World Cup to Netflix, in 2014 you're going to start hearing a lot more about 4K resolution or 'Ultra HD.' But what is it? And more importantly, do you want it?
David Katzmaier takes a look at the world's first curved UHD TV at CES 2014.
At CES in Las Vegas, Samsung shows off its 105-inch Ultra High Definition 4K curved TV. The large curved screen offers a wider field of view, an auto depth enhancer, and a 3D effect without the glasses.
CEA says "Ultra HD" or "UHD." Sony, and pith, says "4K." What do you prefer?
Samsung and LG reckon they've both unveiled the world's first 105-inch, curved Ultra High Definition television.
Still in prototype phase, this 39-incher is the larger version of the 32-inch Asus PQ321 announced at Computex.
Philips has announced its first 4K UHD TVs, the 65-inch and 84-inch 9000 Series, at IFA 2013, alongside the first four-sided Ambilight.
While Hisense offers a large 100-inch Ultra HD television, it is making smaller 4K TVs in the form of the XT880 series.