Samsung’s New 105-Inch Curved Ultra HD TV Costs $120,000

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The TV sports both Ultra HD resolution (5120 x 2160) and a curved OLED display, which is considered as one of the big new industry trends.

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd (KRX:005935) announced on Tuesday that its latest 105-Inch Curved Ultra HD TV is now available for preorder in the U.S. market at a cool $119,999.99.

Announced at this year’s CES in Las Vegas, the new Samsung television sports both Ultra HD resolution (5120 x 2160) and a curved OLED display, which is considered to be one of the latest industry trends.

“The Samsung curved screen is supported with proprietary technology that creates a breathtaking picture experience with exceptional color, dramatically improved field of view and panoramic effect,” the company said, on its website.

Samsung_Curved_TV Samsung 105-Inch Curved Ultra HD TV.

In addition to its 11 million pixels, the TV also supports Samsung's Smart Hub, which allows users to display photos, videos and streaming services such as Netflix on the massive screen. The TV also allows users to split the screen into four sections if they care to watch television, stream video and browse the Internet all at the same time, the Washington Post reported.

The TV comes with a feature called “Auto Depth Enhancer,” which analyzes regions of each image and automatically adjusts the contrast. The device also sports a feature called “UHD Dimming,” which scans the entire image and adjusts the brightness. The feature also eliminates the “halo” effect and keeps images from getting distorted.

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