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Samsung curved OLED TV is the Future of TV?


Samsung hasn’t stopped making announcements after its CES press conference.Korean electronics giant announced the world’s first curved OLED TV at the world’s largest consumer electronics show. “Samsung’s Curved OLED TV creates a panorama effect not possible with flat-panel TVs, offering a more immersive viewing experience. When users watch captivating content such as vast landscapes and scenes from nature on the Curved OLED TV, the display enhances the content, allowing the viewer to be encompassed by the beauty of the images,” the company said in a statement.
According to Samsung, it has optimized the viewing angles for comfortable viewing from any angle. Mind you, flat screen panels are not going anywhere, yet, could this be the biggest innovation in televisions? Well, UltraHD and 8K apart?

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