Samsung confirmed in 2016 not to deliver 3D TVs

Feb

12

2016

No TV that Samsung releases can display 3D in 2016, the company confirms. This makes the 3D display in the living room seems to die a quiet death. In addition, Samsung brings the most new curved screens also flat variations.

3d tv football It completely stop 3D TVs has been confirmed by Samsung in 2016 to include Home Cinema Magazine and the French 01.net . “In 2015 we started the transition and stopped supplying glasses to 3D TVs. Customers could receive free glasses on request. Really nobody contacted us,” Jérôme Neiss, Product Manager TV at Samsung France the lack of interest again.

Samsung and LG wanted to phase out 3D TVs last week was a rumor report by ET News, which has a mediocre track record with rumors. The site relied on the fact that Samsung had ordered any new 3D glasses. LG might want to halve its range of 3D TVs. A few years ago, 3D one of the features that manufacturers advertised a lot to make their TVs to the man, but manufacturers are now going to focus on HDR and 4k.

During a press conference in Monaco Samsung would make further know that all high-end models appearing in 2016, is also a flat variant beside a curved model, the 9500 series after. That 9500 Series is Samsung’s top model with full-ledbacklight. End of 2015, Samsung started offering flat Curved versions of some models, after earlier in the year all the high-end models were curved TVs.

Samsung unveiled further in accordance with Home Cinema Magazine that the first uhd-Blu-ray player from the company, the UBD-K8500 early April appears and then 499 euros will cost. Heise message that the DMP-UB900 Panasonic, also ultra-high-definition BD discs can play, in Swiss shops for 850 to 950 Swiss francs for sale is converted is 775 to 865 euros. This player would appear April 11 or the converted prices are indicative is not yet known for the euro price in the Benelux.

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