Samsung has unveiled its first range of curved ultra-high-definition televisions at CES.
Curved is all the rage, and Samsung is well on top of it. The company has just unveiled its new range of curved 4K TVs, the first to hit the market.
Included in the range is a new 110-inch version of the S9, introduced.
The U9000 series of curved UHD TVs will be available in 55-, 65- and 78-inch sizes with minimal bases and slim bezels, with the star of the show — the flagship model — is the 105-inch panel, with a 21:9 aspect ratio across a 5120x2160 resolution — 11 million pixels.
Interestingly, none of the TVs on offer used OLED technology — instead, the TVs have LED screens.
The company also announced the U8500 series of flat 4K TVs in 50, 55, 60, 65 and 75 inches; the U8000 series of curved HD (1080p) TVs in 55, 65 and 78 inches; and the U7150, U6400 and U6350 series of flat HD TVs, ranging from 32 to 75 inches.
Pricing for all TVs is yet to be announced.