Samsung First to Deliver Full HD 3D LED TV in the country
Samsung Begins Rolling Out Award-winning 3D LED and LCD TVs;
Company Adds New Content Providers to Internet@TV
Samsung Electronics Philippines Corporation (SEPCO), announced today that the first models of its award-winning Full HD 3D entertainment products will be gradually introduced to consumers in the country starting this month, and the TVs will support new content and applications. As a result, Samsung will be the first company to make Full HD 3D LED TVs available to consumers in the Philippines.
With the widest range of options in 3D home entertainment ever, including the first 3D LED TV’s, 3D LCD and a Blu-ray Player, Samsung continues to lead the home entertainment industry by liberating content and creating new, immersive experiences for consumers. Samsung delivered its news at the company’s Regional Forum in Singapore, one of several global events created by Samsung to educate influencers and consumers about the capabilities of the Samsung’s 3D technology, and its ability to liberate television content into another dimension.
“The success of recent 3D movie titles is building anticipation on people who want to enjoy the richness of 3D content from the comfort of their own living rooms,” said Jay Ha, Consumer Electronics Business Advisor, SEPCO. “We are confident that by being first to market with the best integrated technology and approach, we have the best opportunity to capitalize on this market anticipation and continue to strengthen our leadership in 2010. Samsung continues to lead the industry by being the first in the market to deliver Full HD 3D LED TV — with the widest range of options of 3D home entertainment ever, with a full line up of Flat Panel TV’s, and a Blu-ray Player – and we are lining up the best 3D content for our TV’s to fuel adoption.”
Total Solution Support for Samsung Full HD 3D
With a comprehensive line up of 3D TV and Audio-Visual products, proprietary 3D glasses developed by Samsung and strong content partnerships, Samsung is the leader in delivering a comprehensive 3D offering.
The LED C7000 and BD-C6900 will be rolled out this month, while all other Samsung 3D products (LED C9000, LED C8000, LCD C750, HT-C6950W) will be launched by the second quarter of the year. The products, which were unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, have already earned industry recognition, including receiving the Best of CES and CES Innovation Honoree Awards.
Recognizing the need for strong content offering, Samsung also recently announced it has joined forces with DreamWorks Animation and Technicolor to accelerate the worldwide deployment of in-home 3D to mainstream consumers. The solution includes a broad line-up of 3D-capable HDTV’s from Samsung: its new 3D Blu-ray disc player, and an exclusive promotion that includes a first-time feature-length, 3D Blu-ray version of DreamWorks Animation’s 2009 release, “Monsters vs. Aliens.”
All of the 3D models will feature built-in Ethernet connection, wireless-ready capabilities, and Internet@TV, which provides access to the world’s first HDTV-based application store Samsung Apps. Samsung also announced that several new content providers will be delivering content and applications to the Samsung Apps store, including popular networking sites Facebook and Twitter; Google’s Picasa web album; online gaming service Playjam; and the History Channel.
Finally, outstanding design and energy-saving features will ensure that the 3D products fit with the sophisticated taste and environmental awareness of the modern consumer.
Samsung 3D Powered by Unique Technology
Samsung’s 3D products all include Samsung’s proprietary built-in 3D processor and emitter that is optimized for, and enables compatibility, with multiple 3D standards including half and full HD resolution formats as well as the Blu-ray Disc Association approved “Blu-ray 3D” standard. In addition, Samsung’s 3D system delivers a picture using a full color spectrum for incredible depth and perfect clarity. For those who want to add the third dimension to their regular TV viewing, Samsung included in its 3D processor an auto-conversion technology that renders 2D content into 3D in real time. Consumers can add a level of depth and clarity to a live football game, with the simple push of a button.