Samsung Launches Its Frist Curved OLED TV In Australia
It also sports the company’s Precision Black Dimming technology that delivers high contrast and black levels, making dark areas of the picture blacker without affecting brighter elements of the image. It also features Micro Dimming Ultimate, which combines the use of a special algorithm and a scanning technology for sharp images and improved contrast.
Lastly, the F9000 UHD TVs come with 2-way 2.2 channels that deliver a powerful 70-watt sound and provides a dynamic range of sound for an immersive overall experience.
The 55-inch KN55S9C curved OLED TV will be available through select retail stores starting today for an RRP of $10,999 while the F9000 UHDTV’s will be available from early September and will sell for RRP $4,999 for the 55-inch model and RRP $6,999 for the 65-inch model.