Samsung Electronics Levant Launches Curved UHD TVs in Jordan
Spanning till the end of the month of June, Samsung Electronics Levant also launched promotional campaigns for the new TV lineups with various technologies and sizes, with price ranges that suits the different Jordanian families. On this occasion, Samsung held a specially designed booth located at City Mall to display the new Curved UHD TVs that offer exceptional viewing experience.
While visiting the booth, visitors had the chance to play a virtual football game on the new TV, whereby contestants who scored can enter a raffle draw to win many valuable surprises including TVs and sound systems. Jordanian presenter Nadia Al Zoubi hosted the live show that included interactive games and announced the winners. Mutaz Al Qawasmi the famous football juggler, stunned the audience with his talent, and Tempo dance school amazed football fans with an energizing dance routine.
Ahmad Al Ramahi, Head of Audio Visual Unit at Samsung Electronics Levant commented by saying: “We are offering a unique way for the Jordanian consumer to enjoy the new Curved UHD TVs and cheer for their favorite football team, as everyone seeks to own the latest TV technology to have an exceptional games experience”.
Samsung 2014 TVs lineup includes Soccer Mode that changes the TV’s settings to match the viewers needs, where the colors and sounds are clearer to transform the viewer to the game field for more interactive and near to life experience.
Samsung’s Curved TVs are augmented by its proprietary Auto Depth Enhancer, which automatically adjusts contrast for a greater sense of depth, giving a 3D effect without the need for glasses. Color is further enhanced on these sets with Samsung’s PurColor technology, which reproduces color as film-makers envisioned, expressing more detailed shades.
Thanks to UHD up scaling, featured on all Samsung UHD TVs, viewers are treated to the best possible picture, regardless of picture source. The proprietary technology converts Full HD, HD and lower resolution sources to nearly-UHD clarity, so everything looks better on Samsung UHD TVs.