Samsung Electronics unveils new home cinema projector

Samsung's new laser projector puts a massive 4K

Samsung's new laser projector puts a massive 4K

South Korean technology giant Samsung has announced Samsung Premiere, the newest member of its Lifestyle product line, the short throw projector. The projector will be available globally starting from the US, Europe, Korea, and other regions later this year.

Here's what we know about The Premiere.

When it comes to its form factor, the Premiere boasts of a sleek, minimalist, all-in-one compact design with fabric finishes around its edges.

If you are a lover of cinema or sports and you feel that a television is not enough for you or you want to make the most of that empty wall that you have in the living room, Samsung's latest entertainment device it may be of interest to you. 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.

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According to Samsung, The Premiere will be available up to 130- and 120-inch models - LSP9T and LSP7T respectively - that support a laser powered 4K picture resolution. The Premiere may well provide a sound that you can hear, but typically, projectors don't have the ability to produce a sound that matches the larger-than-life screen size they're projecting. 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.

Besides this, Samsung claims that The Premiere also supports Filmmaker Mode for the first of its kind as a projector allowing users to enjoy watching movies as director intended. Samsung says the LSP9T is the world's first HDR10+ certified projector with triple laser technology, which can deliver revolutionary contrast details as the user watches from bright to dark scenes with a peak brightness of up to 2,800 ANSI lumens. Additionally, you can connect your phone with Tap View or by mirroring.

If it can, and if it can be priced competitively, The Premiere could be a compelling alternative to the traditional 4K display.

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