It looks like Samsung’s 55-inch OLED HDTV will be shown at Berlin’s IFA trade show this August. That’s when we will learn about the TV’s official launch details as well as a new, premium range of HDTVs that Samsung is teasing us with, calling them “more premium” than their OLED models.
We aren’t sure if that means in terms of functionality rather than design or display technology. Hopefully we will get more details soon. Samsung first unveiled the OLED TV at CES back in January and we still don’t have many details. It looks like both sets will support the newest version of Samsung AllShare, which will add a 5GB cloud account to its local DLNA-based service.
There is also a remote login system. This feature will allow users to remotely access any of their Samsung devices located anywhere in the world, with a single account login. That alone is sure to be a hit with consumers.
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