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Saturday, 14 April 2012 05:13

Samsung to unveil "super flagship" OLED HDTVs this Fall

Written by Jon Worrel

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Will also reveal specs, pricing of 55-inch OLED model

Back in February, we reported that Samsung was on track to ship its flagship 55-inch 'Super' OLED HDTV to residents of the United Kingdom sometime this Spring. As we all know, Spring season started on March 20th and ends on June 19th. However, we have yet to see any evidence of UK retailers supplying the company's latest and greatest flagship OLED model for 2012.

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Samsung's 'Super' OLED HDTV lineup unveiled at CES 2012

According to recent news, however, it appears that Samsung will instead be officially unveiling all of the pricing and specification details of its 55-inch 'Super' OLED model during IFA 2012 in Berlin later this Fall (August 31st to September 5th). In addition, it will also be unveiling an even "more premium" lineup of "super flagship" OLED HDTV models during this announcement, and on top of this it will also be giving buyers of said television sets free 5GB cloud-based storage access to Samsung AllShare (think DLNA service in the cloud).

We hope to learn more details surrounding Samsung's "super flagship," ultra premium OLED HDTV models when IFA 2012 comes around on the last day of August. 

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