Turn off your 4K TV, Samsung unveils a new way to watch on the big screen

Turn off your 4K TV, Samsung unveils a new way to watch on the big screen

It’s no secret that Samsung is reaping some of the best 4K and 8K TVs that can be bought. This year alone, the company launched the Sero, which can rotate to mimic the screen of your smartphone, the Serif, masquerading as a panel on the wall when you’re not watching, and the all-new 8K models, which include a stunning bezel-less design.

However, the Korean company has something new up its sleeve – a whole new way of indulging in box groups, and that means some customers may decide that they no longer need a giant TV taking over real estate in their living rooms or on the walls.

The new 4K Ultra Short Throw laser projector, dubbed The Premier, can send stunning shots directly onto any wall in your home with Samsung claiming to be able to produce an HDR10 + certified image. In theory, this means that users get the best image quality no matter how dark or bright the image being viewed is.

Besides HDR10 +, The Premiere also supports Filmmaker mode, which marks the first time this technology has appeared in a display device. This setting allows users to enjoy watching movies as the filmmakers wanted.

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“Over the past few months, we’ve seen how consumers spend more time at home and how the role of daily life is constantly changing. Television has become a hub of entertainment, fitness partner, co-worker, and news source.” The Premiere reimagines the home cinema experience with a brand-new compact design and quality 4K picture and great sound for cramped spaces that can be used for any activity in the home and living room arrangements.

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There is no information on price or availability in the UK yet, but two models are set on store shelves around the world. The primary LSP7T offers a slightly smaller display and is not HDR10 + compliant.

If you want a bigger picture and HDR10 +, LSP9T is the one to watch. Hopefully, more news about the full release date will be announced in the coming weeks.

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