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Samsung launches quad-core TVs in India

Posted: 10 Apr 2013     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:LED TV  smart TVs  quad-core processor  smart Hub  evolution kit 

Samsung Electronics has announced the launch of 'Made for India' LED television Series and 20 new television models across its Smart and LED TV Series.

Samsung announced the introduction of 20 new television models across its Smart TV Series 8, 7, 6 as well as the LED TV Series 5500 and 4500. Samsung's F8000 and F7500 smart TVs, available in 46, 55 and 65-inch screen sizes, feature a quad-core processor, like smartphones and tablets. These smart Tvs are equipped with Intelligent Viewing and Smart Interaction -- a feature that responds to your motion and voice.

In addition, a new Smart Touch Control is provided with the Samsung’s new Smart TVs, wherein all number keys have been replaced by a touch pad, on which users can simply write the channel number they want and flip and scroll the screen. It can also control devices made by other manufacturers.

"This advanced TV user experience has been expanded to smartphones and tablets," the company said.

"Viewers can use their devices as a remote control or simultaneously enjoy two different pieces of content from a TV or Blu-ray player on a second screen. They can also mirror their Smart TV content on a tablet to take it with them around the home. Our 2013 Smart TVs offer effortless, intuitive ways for consumers to discover and share more of the content they love while creating the ultimate home entertainment experience."

Samsung smart TVs also boast 'Smart Hub' The new apps panel of Smart Hub allows users to display up to 30 app icons on one page. The Evolution kit provides both software and hardware updates that include access to the 2013 Smart Hub and other features.

Samsung LED TV Series F5100, F4800, F4100 provides ConnectShare Transfer feature – which allows consumers to share content between devices via USB, eliminating the need for a computer. These LED TV series offer two USB ports on the side of the TV to plug in pen drives, smartphones or other storage devices. "SRI, Delhi and Samsung R&D centre in India especially developed this feature keeping in mind the feedback received from Indian consumers," Samsung said.

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