While there will be a huge number of products on show during CES next month, the one device that seems to grab the biggest attention is the TV. These devices have been with us for years and the technology growth over the last few years has been mind blowing, as consumer electronic makers find new ways to bring all our media needs into one device. It’s safe to say that the Samsung 2013 Smart TV Series will step their game up, and if the visual teaser ahead of CES is anything to go by, there are some nice products coming next year.
We already know that LG have a few surprises planned as well with their new range, which is certain to focus on gaming more than they have in previous years thanks to a little help from Google. However, Samsung will not allow them to have all the fun and hope that their updated Smart Hub will help to make the user experience far more intuitive than it has been in the past.
There’s also going to be an upgrade to the Motion Control feature, so you will soon be able to flip between the five different categories of Smart Hub just by the wave of your hand, this will only apply to the high-end Samsung Smart TVs. These new features will no doubt me made available to current Samsung TVs by way of an update, but we know that a new range of Smart TVs are on their way because of the video teaser we have for you below. However, Samsung have been very secretive and don’t want to give too much away, but we do hope that we see the much-rumored 85-inch Ultra High Definition TV.
What can we see from the video teaser? As we said above, Samsung are not giving much away, but if you look at the video 40 seconds in you can see a Samsung TV on a billboard with no bezel whatsoever, so could that be the new 85-inch model we mentioned above? We do love the video teaser, as it shows that all other TVs are rushing to see what Samsung has to show us during CES 2013. We’ve also added another video of what else we can expect from TVs during the event.
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