Samsung Electronics unveiled a variety of brand-new OLED TVs, including the next-generation quantum dot technology-applied QLED TV and the new lifestyle-concept TV “The Frame” at the Louvre showroom in Paris, France, on March 14.
As many as 1,000 visitors from major media and dealers from Europe, the United States and Southeast Asia took part in the event, reflecting the high level of interest in Samsung’s QLED TV.
Kim Hyun-seok, head of Samsung Electronics’ video display business, presented “Screen Everywhere” as the future vision for Samsung TV. He said, “In the past, TV was placed in a limited space and offered limited functions. Today, however, TV is evolving toward a new platform that can be placed anywhere at home and offer any types of contents.”
Samsung stressed that QLED TV will serve as a starting point for Samsung to realize its vision of “Screen Everywhere.”
QLED TV uses the quantum dot technology to create an ideal viewing experience for users. It uses a transparent optic cable, to free viewers from electric wires designed to connect itself with other peripherals. Users can control the TV even when they are 15 meters away from TV or peripherals.
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