At the start of the year, Samsung Electronics introduced the 75-inch Micro LED TV and 219-inch ‘The Wall’ TV with modular Micro LED display technology at the CES 2019 event in Las Vegas. Two months later, the South Korean company has launched three new Ultra HD TVs in India under the name of Super 6 Series. The new TVs feature Real 4K resolution, Live Cast, Tune Station, Screen Mirroring and lag-free gaming and come at a starting price of Rs 41,990.
The new Samsung Super 6 series UHD TVs are available in 43-inch, 50-inch and 55-inch screen sizes for asking prices of Rs 41,990, Rs 51,990 and Rs 61,990. All three TVs will be available for a limited launch period of March 12 – 14 and all variants can be bought at Samsung Shop and Flipkart. Only the 50-inch Super 6 Series UHD TV will be available on Amazon India.
Except for the varying screen sizes, all three new UHD TVs come driver by PurColor technology and are bundled with Smart Hub and Smart Convergence for easy pairing with a smartphone. Besides that, the Samsung Super 6 series TVs equip a 4K UHD panel which has four times more pixels than a regular Full HD TV.
The TVs come with Unbox Live Cast which allows users to broadcast live moments from any location on to the TV with the help of a smartphone. Customers can also use the Unbox Tune Station to add realistic visual elements to a music playlist or mirror content from their phone to the TV through the Unbox Screen Mirroring feature. The TVs are preinstalled with 60K+ titles for entertainment purposes and offer lag-free gaming through a dedicated Game mode and a quad-core processor.
Speaking about the latest launch, Samsung Consumer Electronics Online Business Senior VP, Raju Pullan said “The new range of UHD TV line-up meets the growing expectations of our consumers by providing a 4K UHD TV with a host of smart features such as Live Cast, Tune Station, Smart Convergence and Lag-Free Gaming. These beautifully designed TVs are also equipped to meet the changing content consumption needs, in sync with their lifestyle demands”.