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Samsung announces Curved OLED TV
Press release, August 16; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Friday 16 August 2013]

Samsung Electronics America has announced the availability of its first Curved OLED TV in the US. The KN55S9C is also the first TV to feature MultiView capabilities with Full HD and stereo sound, according to the company.

With Samsung's MultiView feature, two people can simultaneously watch completely different full-screen Full-HD content, even in 3D, on the same display, with corresponding audio and controls. The MultiView feature is enabled by Samsung's 3D Active glasses, which come with built-in personal speakers providing full stereo sound.

Samsung's Curved OLED TV also incorporates the latest Samsung Smart TV features like the new Smart Hub interface, which organizes entertainment and content into five convenient panels: On TV, Movies and TV Shows, Social, Apps as well as Photos, Videos and Music. The built-in S Recommendation feature helps customers discover new content to watch.

The 55-inch KN55S9C is now shipping to specialty retailers in the US and will be available for US$8,999.99.

Samsung Curved OLED TV

Samsung Curved OLED TV
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