Samsung and LG revealed 105-inch curved Ultra HD televisions

Prepare to be amazed now, as Samsung and LG are lining up a new 105-inch curved Ultra HD televisions at CES 2014 that is going to surely deliver a proper cinematic experience to people’s living 105-inch tv

Samsung and LG revealed 105-inch curved Ultra HD televisions made of LCD panels packing more than 11 million incredible resolution in pixels,5,120 pixels wide and 2,160 pixels high with an aspect ratio of 21:9.The massive amount of extra pixels will greatly improve the clarity from any current TV models on the market.These new Ultra HD displays will also upscale the resolution from any content viewed in current broadcast HDTV and Blu-ray discs.

It includes a new proprietary quality picture algorithm that is said to deliver a feeling of depth and optimized color. Additionally it comes with the Quadmatic Picture Engine that can deliver all its content at UHD level quality providing a unique experience for all viewers.

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The 105-inch curved UHD TV uses an LCD instead of an OLED, which LG officials claim uses an improved Thin Film Transistor (TFT) technology that prevents outflow of color and approaches an amazing experience in viewing from all angles and sides.The TV’s screen will look more like a cinema screen as compared to the traditional home TV.

The race is on between Samsung and LG to launch the “world’s first” curved 105-inch television. Pricing of the new LG and Samsung Group 105-inch curved screen UHD TV has yet to be declared.105-inch curved ultra hd tv

Quick Look at Specifications

  • Type: LCD (LED backlight)
  • Screen size: 105 inches
  • Native Resolution: 5120 x 2160 pixels
  • Video Inputs (Rear): HDMI
  • Color: Black
  • Price: Not yet released but according to sources it will be around $50,000 USD

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