Samsung Unveils 82-Inch 2160p (not 1080p) HDTV
Just when you thought the television had hit it’s peak in picture quality, think again. Samsung unveiled an 82″ HDTV that displays a resolution of 3820×2160. To put it in perspective, today’s top of the line consumer HDTVs display a resolution of 1920x1080p. Samsung also tossed in a RGB LED backlight, which apparently raises color saturation to 150%, and upped the image refresh to 120hz.
According to TGDaily, these high end TVs are already available, but not to the general market. Westinghouse currently sells a 52-inch 2160p TV and it goes for a stomach turning $40,000. Probably safe to say that the Samsung one would be more than double that.