Samsung’s 2013 Smart TVs: The Tech Behind Stunning Pictures Explained

Samsung’s 2013 Smart TVs: The Tech Behind Stunning Pictures Explained


There are some impressive advances within the sleek lines of Samsung’s new TV line up, including the 65-inch Series 8 LED. A quad-core processor helps stream content faster and works alongside Micro Dimming tech to produce more detailed pictures. World-class motion clarity brings sport to life and Samsung’s unique Evolution Kit future-proofs your investment by letting you effectively upgrade your TV. Let’s take a look.


It begins with smart design. Samsung’s 2013 TV collection is constructed from premium metals perched upon designer alloy stands. The goal: A picture that almost seems to float in the air. All the while image quality remains front-of-mind; starting with a new Ultra Clear panel structure that absorbs external light to minimise reflections and maximise clarity.

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Why The Detail Matters

Next-generation image quality algorithms powered by quad-core (F8000 Series) or dual-core (F6400-F7100 Series) processors continually adjust and refine image settings with Samsung’s Micro Dimming tech to produce vivid images and deep contrast; enhancing shadows and highlights for a more accurate picture. Micro Dimming is available on Samsung’s F8000, F7100, F6800, F6700 and F6400 Series LED TVs.

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The F8000 Series’ quad-core processor also powers Samsung’s Clear Motion Rate technology to help minimise blur in fast-moving images like those in sports, action-movies and video games. A combination of high refresh rate, a responsive image processor and synchronised panel backlighting dramatically reduces ghosting and motion blur for precise motion clarity. Learn more.


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How To Choose The Best TV For You

Visit www.samsung.com.au/tv and we’ll help you choose one with our selector tool.
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