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Samsung brings home cinema

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Samsung brings home cinema

There’s a new TV out in Cambodia’s market that has won awards for its high-quality resolution. The 4K SUHD, which is recognised by CES as the best TV in 2015, was made available for the Cambodian public on May 7 at K-four Electronics Shop.

Mr Chhorn Sovannareach, a singer who attended the opening for SUHD TVs, said that the TV made him feel as if he were “watching a movie at the cinema.”

“The color is very [natural] and bright,” he added.

The SUHD TV is known for showing vibrant colors. According to a press release from Samsung, the color resolution is about 64 times higher than a normal UHD TV and 2.5 times brighter than the current TVs out on the market. It also has 4K resolution, which enhances colors and contrast.

“Samsung provides the leading picture in the industry and will continue to do so with our SUHD TVs,” said Mr Gwihan Lee, Cambodia and Laos director of branch Thai Samsung Electronics.

“SUHD is the next generation of Samsung TV sets,” added Gwihan.

A Tizen system is built into the TV, providing an access to content that is easy to understand and expanding entertainment content and device choices. The new technology is meant to provide a new entertainment experience.

The TVs are available throughout all electronic stores in Cambodia.

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