At this year's CES 2015, Samsung went beyond OLED TVs and introduced nine different models of SUHD TVs for the coming year that all incorporate nanocrystals to enhance the LCD backlights, resulting in brighter images with a wider color gamut than the traditional LCDs we've seen in the past. For more, check out CNET Editor David Katzmaier's first take of the Samsung JS8500 series.
The JS9500 model is the flagship of the LED nanocrystal series, with pricing yet to be revealed for the luxury line. It will come in two models, 88 inches and 65 inches, and both models will feature a curved display. Read David Katzmaier's initial review of the JS9500 Series here.
Although Samsung was eager to extoll the virtues of the SUHDTVs, don't forget that they still won't beat the picture quality of OLED. They're still LED LCD TVs, after all, with all of the flaws of that technology.
The Samsung Tizen operating system will power all the smart TVs announced today, and will be able to automatically search for nearby Samsung mobile devices and connect to them, allowing content to be easily shared back and forth. Check out our story on Tizen for more details.