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Samsung Sold 1200 Tizen TVs in Korea Last Month


Samsung had stated at the end of 2014 that the company would develop Tizen OS on its TVs. Well Samsung like always has kept its promise and delivered. Moreover the numbers look positive for the South Korean company as it has sold 1200 TVs already.

Tizen Indonesia stated that Samsung’s Super Ultra HD TVs have been bringing the Korean giant promising numbers and the company has sold 1200 SUHD TVs in Korea in the month of March alone. Apart from this the company has been releasing updates for its Tizen devices regularly.

Samsung has also been criticized by many for its high resolution display that some people say oversaturates color and produces colors that are not true to life. However it is to be kept in mind that when it comes to TV sharpness and stunning details Samsung is at the top.

The main reason for which Samsung Smart TVs have been under criticism in recent days is due to consumer privacy violations but Samsung has been working on it and has kept adding new apps for its consumers. People can now even order pizza from Samsung Smart TVs. The Tizen TV lineup is now available all around the world and costs about £899 to £9,999.


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