Samsung just made the announcement for it’s the latest device: The Premiere. This high-end technology is one of the biggest innovations of the year in terms of technology. Samsung usually focusses on QLED- TVs. The game now changes. The Premiere is a new project 4K short-throw laser. This projector is the most viable, innovative, as well as stable alternative to the QLED-TVs. The Premiere comes under Samsung’s ‘Lifestyle’ lineup. The other design-forward and quality hardware that comes in this lineup The Serif, The Frame, The Sero, and The Terrace. Samsung once again proves it’s dominance in the technological field. Samsung’s breakthrough technologies always capture worldwide attention.
The Details Of The Premiere?
The Premiere will blend in with the room you attach it in. The tech implements this into perfection by eschewing a screen entirely. Samsung built it as an ultra-short throw projector. According to the Company, the projector can be put anywhere. Be it in front of a wall, or in front of a screen, the projector will provide you with the best and optimal results. It is an all-in-one solution, with powerful woofers in integration with the system. You will find the same Acoustic Beam virtual surround sound technology that Samsung offers in its soundbars. Also, you can integrate your existing speakers too.
Samsung is offering two models of The Premiere. First is the LSP9T which is offering a 130-inch projection. Along with this, you will find a beak brightness of around 2,800 ANSI lumens. This model bears the claim of “the world’s first HDR10+ certified projector with triple laser technology.” The LSP7T is the name of the second model of the technology that Samsung is releasing. This is a lower version of the tech. It comes with a 120-inch projection. Consequently, the brightness and other specifications are not the same as the former model.
What About The Release?
The two models of The Premiere will support the Company’s smart TV platform. Hence, we can say that there will many a whole list of apps and services that would be available which can be found on a regular Samsung TV. The projector will also come with a UHD Alliance’s Filmmaker Mode. This is a first for a projector and many people out there are eager to know how this works.
For now, no price, release date, or any other specifics have been officially stated. But we know the product will be out in Korea, Europe, and in the United States this year itself.