HDTVs are really starting to become old news as more UHDTVs (Ultra High Definition Television) are entering the market. Samsung wastes no time and brings us its latest and largest UHDTV to date.
This gigantic 110-inch UHDTV is the bigger brother of the previous 85-inch UHDTV by Samsung. Sporting an identical design language, the only obvious difference is its size. It sports a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, which is four times as many pixels as a 1080p HDTV display, hence the “4K” nickname.
It will be initially available in China, the Middle East and some European nations. No pricing as of yet but of course it will be more expensive than its smaller brother (85-inch) that was sold for USD 40K (PhP 1,775,200). Are we even ready for this yet?