Last night tech giant Samsung unveiled its latest offering in TV, its new 2015 SUHD range.
Launched in Sydney down at Darling Harbour, the audience was treated to a multi-sensory experience of a variety of Samsung products, travelling through various rooms and ending up throwing paint balls at the wall to symbolise the bright colour of the new TVs.
Samsung also announced an exclusive deal with streaming service Netflix. Customers who purchase one of the SUHD range of TVs between April and June this year will nab a free six-month subscription to the streaming platform.
“We will be offering some of the first purchasers of 2015 Samsung TVs bonus access to Netflix for six months, allowing them to watch UHD content like House of Cards and Marco Polo on our stunning Samsung SUHD displays,” said Phil Newton, corporate vice president of consumer electronics at Samsung.
“The Samsung SUHD experience will change the way Australians think about Samsung’s home entertainment and visual display technology – it’s on a completely new level to anything we have ever produced,” said Newton. “By pushing Samsung’s boundaries in colour and picture quality, the SUHD TV range showcases our continuous commitment to innovation in the TV category, offering Australians an outstanding viewing experience.”