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Samsung Releases New Smart TVs

Charlie Brown (Cybershack)

April 14, 2011

Samsung LED D8000

Samsung has upped the ante as it releases its new Smart TV range with a plethora of features.

  • Come with web browser
  • Some models with built-in wifi
  • TV screen has been redesigned

Samsung Electronics has today unveiled its new range of Smart TVs that are said to embody the latest innovations in four key areas; design, picture quality, next generation 3D technology and Samsung’s Smart Hub offering, claims the manufacturer.

Samsung Smart TV is a connected TV, offering web browsing, communication through social media such as Facebook, Twitter and Skype, plus on demand content delivered through the world's first HD TV apps store, Samsung Apps. To coincide with the range launch, new local content is also being released soon including BigPond AFL Game Analyser, ABC iView and BigPond Movies...



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