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Samsung announces new updates to the system within the Smart TV gaming devices
It announced that Samsung’s intention to provide more than 400 game inside hers smart TVs, in addition to more than 100 downloadable game in the next year in 2016.
And the Korean company said it will use its participation in the exhibition CES 2016, which will be held in the month of January next in the US city of Las Vegas, for the detection of new updates.
And it will be able to Angel Samsung TV smart to run games such as Assassin’s Creed III, and Batman, as well as The Lego Movie in collaboration with Sony in PlayStation service broadcasting games PlayStation Now that will allow to broadcast the games to the Samsung TV smart and play completely through it all, which will include games package Group of excitement games, sports games, as well as racing games.
He said Youngchan Kim, vice president of visual display at Samsung, said that TVs should be more than just devices to scenes only content. He added that the new gaming system within the Samsung Smart TV is one of the entertainment services provided by the company. He also promised that the company will add more games on an ongoing basis as they are released officially.
And provide service for Samsung Smart TV Games Games in 43 countries around the world, with a large patch users reached 4.5 million active users per month.
In addition to the PlayStation gaming service broadcasting, Samsung will add support for the service GameFly specialized in broadcast games also available in 21 countries around the world, which will offer more than 100 game inside Samsung smart TV devices.
In addition to the updated gaming system, the company also GAIA, a new security solution consisting of three layers to safeguard and secure its range of Smart TV devices designed to secure and protect information stored on smart devices itself, such as the words of the account and credit card information in addition to the information sent between television and servers passage of Service Internet of Things IoT.Viewing:-175
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