CES 2015: Samsung unveils 4K TV with SUHD screens, and Tizen

The giant-tech firm Samsung captured the attention of the crowd to a Consumer Electronics Show 2015 press conference by opening up with the 4K TV.

Samsung believes that TV would be better through a new class of TV screens called SUHD or Samsung’s version of Ultra High definition display.

The SUHD would offer better and superior picture than the current UHD screens. This means a brighter picture and improved contrast with colors. The SUHD screens is based on Samsung’s nano-crystal semiconductors that would be part of the company’s flagship in the coming months.

Samsung showed the SUHD picture in a 59 inch and wide screen models. This is a move by Samsung to make the TV screens more appealing to the customers.

“Customers want the UHD experience,” said Samsung EVP Joe Stinziano.

Samsung also announced the Tizen software, which the company has been developing in the recent years so that it would not be dependent on Android, will be the future of smart TV models.

According to report, Samsung has 60% UHD TV market.

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