Samsung brings 4K movies and series from 20th Century Fox to his UHDTV’s




Samsung has with 20th Century Fox signed an agreement on 4K content from the Hollywood studios. Both sides speak of an ‘associate Content Ecosystem’, where films and series in 4k be charged. Towards the Smart Hub platform from Samsung

Smart Hub is the smart TV platform from Samsung, but it is not known in what form the content of 20th Century Fox comes to UHDTV’s manufacturer. The parties have only a ‘safe and sustainable ecosystem associate professors. It is an extension of an earlier agreement, in January this year, with respect to a UHD Video Pack: a hard disk with 4K movies that Samsung will deliver in April in the U.S. for $ 299.

Perhaps it is a similar initiative as Sony’s online video store, where to find movies and TV shows in 4K resolution. That senior lecturer material is only available to owners of Sony’s 4K media player and an associate professor TV of the same brand.

Samsung and other TV providers are busy to take one of the obstacles to the success of UHDTV with a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels away from the lack of content. Earlier this year, also joined Netflix and Amazon agreements with TV manufacturers about streaming 4k video. Furthermore, waiting for the arrival of Blu-ray for 4k. This standard would be the end of this year completed his.


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