Samsung has been working on 8K TVs and while many have yet to upgrade to even a 4K set at this point, it looks like the company is going to launch its first 8K TV at the IFA 2018 convention in Berlin this month. They are serious about 8K. Samsung has already put up a huge sign in Berlin which suggests that it will be unveiling an 8K TV at the convention.
So it looks like Samsung might talk about its first 8K QLED TV at IFA 2018 later this month. “Prepare to be amazed at IFA,” says the sign.
Samsung showed off its Q9S 8K TV at the Consumer Electronics Show in January and mentioned during a presentation at the QLED and Advanced Display conference a few months back that it would be releasing a few 8K TVs this year.
The company didn’t say how many models it’s going to release or talk about pricing and the available date for purchase. We might get the answers to these questions at IFA 2018.
The billboard in Berlin speaks for itself. We don’t know if the company will simply be demonstrating the technology at the convention or if it will reveal more details about the public launch of the 8K models. Stay tuned.
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