We see a lot of beautiful gadgets at CES each year and this year Samsung's 55-inch OLED was at the top of our list. With its slim design and minimal bezel, it's hard not to see the beauty in a TV like this. Sadly, at the time, Samsung couldn't say when the device would be launching -- the company only said that it would go on sale in the second half of this year. Lucky for us, unlike some products that appear at CES only to never be seen again, the 'Super' OLED TV will soon make its way to the UK.
Crave cites word from Samsung directly in reporting that the 8mm thin television is on its way to the UK this spring. The TV is 3D-capable, and also boasts an integrated camera coupled with what Samsung is calling Smart Interaction Technology. This allows users to control their TV with voice and motion control as well as face recognition.
Pricing has yet to be announced. Still, considering we had originally heard the TV was scheduled to be launched in the second half of the year, we're happy enough just knowing it's coming sooner rather than later. Besides, the price would probably only depress us anyway.
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This rumour has already been denied by Samsung.Reply
TV with camera?? 1984 is coming.Reply
any data on resolution? 4k? 5k?Reply
would love to upgrade my 30" dell monitor for 32" 4K version...that would be so sweetReply
No way Samsung is going to market in 2012 with this Oled TV its not finished and way behind LG who and doing WOled that looks better and is easier to produce.Reply
Still happy with my 42" inch plasma.Reply
When I do upgrade though, I want at least 70"-80" Screen at 4K resolution at similar cost of what I paid for my plasma a few years back.
Not really care if is Oled, LCD or Plasma, but I'm certain that I will still not care about 3D.
All I care are: better resolution (4K), better blacks, faster refresh rates and Network ready
so I can hook that beauty to my NAS.
1920 x 1080. If it were 4k it would beyond the reach of almost everybody in terms of price.Reply
Also I didn't realise that they had integrated cameras in tv's in the 80's that could detect body movement for tv operation - knob head.
smartyskirt1920 x 1080. If it were 4k it would beyond the reach of almost everybody in terms of price.Also I didn't realise that they had integrated cameras in tv's in the 80's that could detect body movement for tv operation - knob head.Reply
He's talking about the book 1984 smart one.
I wonder how OLED image quality compares with Mitsubishi's LaserVue displays.Reply
Alchemy69This rumour has already been denied by Samsung.http://crave.cnet.co.uk/television -50006947/Interesting that the rumor has been denied.Reply
Samsung has stated the price will be much less than $8,000 US and will be only slightly pricier than their best LCD sets.