Television will deliver over eight million pixels.
Korean conglomerate Samsung is expected to announce an 85-inch Ultra HD LED TV at CES in January, 2013.
According to Samsung, its latest television will be "the world's largest commercialised UHD LED TV". It'll offer over eight million pixels and "lifelike" picture to viewers.
Samsung joins the likes of Sony and Toshiba in making its foray into the next generation of high-definition viewing. Ultra HD (formerly known as 4K) TVs deliver resolutions of 8MP or 3840 x 2160 pixels, which is four times higher than 1080p televisions that have 1929 x 1080 pixels.
The firm's "world's largest" moniker may be overtaken sooner rather than later, though. LG's 84-inch 4K-supported TV released just two months ago, while there's also 'non-commercialised' screens such as Panasonic's 152-inch Ultra HD plasma.
Either way, 8K television is in the works, with accompanying screens offering 32 megapixels or 7,680 x 4,320 pixels. As for the price of Samsung's 85-inch Ultra HD LED TV, details have yet to be unveiled but expect it to be near LG's $19,000 TV.