Samsung has decided that UHD wasn’t enough for this year’s CES presentation so they decided to announce some new TVs that they have branded under the SUHD name.

The new line-up is powered by the companies open-source app platform called Tizen and will be available in three different series from within the lineup.

These series include the JS9500, JS9000, and JS8500. Each of the models offer screen sizes from 48 inches all the way up to 88 inches.

Samsung says that the biggest feature of SUHD is their colour range however, stating that the new range are capable of expressing colours that are 64 times better than other sets on the market, they also state that the re-mastering engine inside the TV will also allow for a brightness that is 2.5 times greater than conventional TVs on the market.

Of course on top of all of this the TVs will also have the ability to reproduce 4K content, and will be available in a number of curved designs.

Continuing with the design, Samsung has created a new bezel especially for the TV, with a design that they suggest as being as close to art as possible, with a pedestal stand that has been designed to make the TV look like a statue.

As of yet Samsung has yet to announce details on the pricing or the availability of the new SUHD TVs.

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