Samsung unveiled their new 2015 Smart TV Lineup at CES 2015, which are Smart TVs that run Tizen, as well as offering Sony's PlayStation Now service combined with Samsung's latest screen technologies. The SUHD Re-Mastering Engine uses a colour grading tool to offer a high dynamic range and wider colour gamut, which is 64 times the colour expression thanks to quantum technology and 2.5 times the brightness when compared to conventional TVs.
Yesterday at the Samsung Forum 2015 in Bangkok, Thailand Samsung product manager Jane Viola has confirmed that there will be four sizes of the SUHD TVs that will be released in the Philippines near the end of April 2015.
Prices confirmed as below:
There is also the possibility of a 105-inch SUHD TV being available for approximately P5 million. Check out a video showing the Tizen TV in action. Developers should also note that the Tizen TV SDK 1.2 has also been released.