Monday, October 9, 2017

Samsung to introduce HDR silver screen LED in Thailand

Samsung Electronics will introduce the 4K determination, HDR-connected, 10.3 extensive screen in an auditorium in Thailand by February.





Samsung has marked its first abroad supply bargain for its Cinema LED, its high-determination LED screen intended for motion picture theaters. 

The arrangement with Thai film chain Major Cineplex will see Samsung introduce the 10.3 meter wide 4K, High Dynamic Range (HDR)- supporting screen at the Siam Paragon Cineplex in Bangkok. It will open in February one year from now. 

Major Cineplex has 110 silver screens and 668 venues in Thailand. 

Samsung introduced the primary Cinema LED in South Korea in July at Lotte Cinema in Seoul. It fabricated its second at another Lotte Cinema in the city of Busan a month ago. Samsung said it would like to secure more arrangements abroad, in the US, Europe, and Asia. 

The organization said the screen gloats 10 times the brilliance of customary projectors. 

Splendor is vital to getting a charge out of the maximum capacity of HDR, and something the firm has reliably centered around amid advancement of its screen items. The organization has said its premium QLED TVs gloats higher shine than match OLED items. 

The organization purchased LED firm Yesco in 2015 to grow its venture LED business. A year ago it introduced a full HD LED scoreboard in a baseball stadium in Korea a year ago. The firm has likewise introduced screens in hairstyling parlors and on the back of trucks. 

HDR Cinema LED is a piece of Samsung's bigger B2B show business.






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