Samsung has just announced four new UHD (4K) TV series, adding to the lineup initially unveiled at CES 2015 in January. The new JS9100, JU7500, JU7100, and JU6700 UHD (4K) TVs will be available next month.
Heading up the pack, the UN78JS9100 is one of Samsung's quantum dot nano crystal–infused "Super UHD" televisions. As we learned at CES, that means it boasts higher color saturation (30% more than standard HDTVs), 4K resolution, High Dynamic Range capability (via technology called Peak Illuminator), an enhanced upscaling engine designed specifically for HD content, and Samsung's new Tizen-powered Smart Hub smart platform.
The 78-inch JS9100 will be available in May starting at $9,999.
The step-down JU7500 UHD series will be available this spring in 40-, 48-, 55-, 65-, and 78-inch sizes with prices ranging from $1,399 to $5,999. The curved JU7500 TVs boast 4K resolution, Samsung's improved upscaling process for HD and Full HD content, and the 2015 Smart Hub with Tizen.
If you'd prefer a more traditional flatscreen design, the JU7100 series offers similar features and performance to the JU7500 without the curve. Look for 40-, 50-, 55-, 60, 65-, and 75-inch options, available immediately, with prices starting at $1,399.
Finally, the more affordable JU6700 TV lineup claims improvements like PurColor chroma-enhancement technology, and delivers next-generation 4K resolution. The JU6700 series will be available at select retailers this spring in 40-, 48-, 55-, and 65-inch options. Prices will start at $949.
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