Samsung hasn’t offered a specific launch date, but the 105-inch U9500 Curved UHD TV is going to be amiable to purchase. The TV has a 21x9 aspect ratio and supports 4K content. The Samsung U9B bendable 85-inch UHD TV is also coming to market.
This bendable TV is able to changebetween a curved screen unit and a flat TV to match the user's tastes. Curving of big screens helps create uniform brightness. There is no indication of what these TVs might cost, but it is safe to assume it will be a lot.
“Given the tremendous media and industry reception for these new products, we are excited to bring our 105” Curved UHD TV and 85” Bendable UHD TV to consumers around the world,” said HS Kim, executive vice president of the visualdisplaybusiness at Samsung Electronics. “People who are passionate about entertainment will have a whole new way to experience the content they love with these exciting new models that showcase exceptional design and UHD picture quality.”
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