Samsung Unveils Brand New 70-inch Ultra Definition 3D TV

Nov 12, 2010
After launching its popular Galaxy S handset and then the Galaxy Tab, Samsung decided to come up with something even more revolutionary.

Recently the company presented its brand new 70-inch 3D Ultra Definition (UD) TV that is touted as world's first.

Currently this is the largest 3D TV on the market.

It includes a nice 70-inch diagonal display and supports 240Hz resolution that enhances the 3D feature of the device.

It is worth mentioning that Samsung's new TV will be displayed at the Flat Panel Display International 2010.

In order to view the 3D content the users will need to wear special glasses.

The liquid crystal display installed on Samsung's Full-HD (1080p) TV is based on oxide semiconductor technology. The latter allows the device to boasts high pixel density, and a resolution of 3840X2160 pixels.

So far the company did not provide any information on the price of its new TV.

[via ZDNet]


posted by: Gadgets Infoniac

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