Samsung To Show Off New Smart TVs At CES 2014

Posted: Dec 23 2013, 11:42am CST | by , Updated: Dec 23 2013, 11:48am CST, in CES


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Samsung to show off new Smart TVs at CES 2014

Samsung to unveil new Smart TV features at CES 2014

Samsung is a big name in the TV industry. The company has announced that it will be rolling out some new smart TVs at CES 2014 that have some new features. The new smart TVs will have finger gesture feature to improve Samsung's motion control feature.

The finger gesture control will allow Samsung smart TV users to change the channel, adjust volume, find and select content and more using finger gestures on the remote. Samsung has also announced that it will be rolling out its voice interaction feature to more countries.

Samsung notes that the voice interaction service is available in 11 countries now and will be expanded to 12 more at CES. Voice interaction allows the user to control their TV using voice commands for switching channels and more.

“Samsung’s 2014 Smart TV models deliver significantly improved voice interaction and motion control features so that our consumers will be able to enjoy our Smart TV more intuitively,” said Kyungshik Lee, Senior Vice President of the Service Strategy Team of Visual Display Business, Samsung Electronics. “We will continue to develop content that integrates voice and motion recognition for added convenience.”

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