The Premiere family's projectors have received a special Filmmaker Mode: it allows you to enjoy films exactly the way the director intended them.
The Premiere comes in two forms, one with a 120-inch projection and one with a whopping 130-inches.More news: Report On His Remarks About Fallen Soldiers Is "Fake Story", Says Trump
There's no word on United Kingdom price or availability just yet, but two models are set to land on store shelves across the world. And since it's a smart projector, it can access Samsung's Smart TV platform that offers a number of streaming apps and exclusive content.
Both variants can deliver 4K photos and both sport a compact design that can be placed directly in front of a wall or a screen. It is designed for an easy-to-install set up and sports fabric finishes around its edges to harmonize different environments. Sitting on the floor, the projector is created to sit right in front of a wall or screen, and even has fabric finishes to help it blend more easily into living room spaces.
"Over the past few months, we have seen how consumers are spending more time at home and how the role of everyday life continues to change".More news: Sanchez wanted to leave Man United after first training session
Samsung said the Premiere is one of its lifestyle TV products that reflect users' lifestyle and living patterns. Moreover, thanks to the built-in Acoustic Beam virtual surround sound technology, which is also found in some of Samsung's home theater systems, high-level sound output can be achieved directly from the projector. "TV has become the center of entertainment, a fitness partner, a co-worker and a source for news", says Jongsuk Chu, executive vice president of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics.
The Premiere is part of Samsung's Lifestyle product portfolio, where the Frame, Sero, Terrace, and Serif reside.
It is worth noting that Samsung will begin to rollout The Premiere globally starting from the US, Europe, Korea, and other regions later this year.More news: Police kill black man in US capital