UltraHD resolution has become the upper layer now. If you are concerned with the “bigger the better’ policy, Samsung’s 85-inch S9 UltraHD TV, which launched earlier this year will interest you. Of course, only if you are not bothered about the price tag.
For many, possessing this 85-inch UHD TV for $39,999 could be a luxury in the US. Offering the UltraHD standard to a much broader audience, Samsung has rolled out its F9000 series line up as part of their US family of UltraHD TVs.
The 55-inch UN55F9000 is priced at $5,499 and 65-inch UN65F9000 at $7,499 with pre-orders starting on July 21, 2013 and shipments expected to start from August onwards.
The F9000 series, according to Samsung, is complete with its revolutionary technology that brings in four times the resolution offered from a Full HD TV.
The proprietary Quadmatic Picture Engine helps produce the UHD resolution regardless of the signal. So that means whatever the input signal be – whether SD, HD or Full HD – the engine will upscale and enhance to 4K quality with noise minimization.
The F9000 series embeds Samsung’s Precision Black Dimming technology, which will deliver crisp and much deeper black levels without affecting the white levels.
As far the price point is considered, F9000 is likely to throw a party for the audience and in addition to that, the user friendly features are something to look forward to.
The S Recommendation feature on the TV provides users with new content to watch according to their taste. The smart part is the navigation with hand gestures and voice commands.
The F9000 series supports 3D viewing, which will probably be as great as UltraHD TVs available in the market. On the connectivity front, both the models are packed with WiFi.