The next screens Ultra HD will be curved and measure 105 inches . It is reported that Samsung and LG in separate press releases that are picked up by the Associated Press .
The two Korean companies are used to monitor on display technologies. Also, while their ultra HD OLED screens 55 inches just starting to fit in Western markets, the two companies have plans to unveil ‘the future of our TV’ at CES 2014 to be held in Las Vegas this month next.
According to the resources , they would measure nearly twice the size of the previous generation. And they would use about 11 million pixels for maximum definition display 5120 x 2160 pixels. They would also be provided with a curved slab. This in order to reduce the natural image distortion at the ends of human field of vision.
Both manufacturers are short on time for information about the technical details of these TVs and prices.However, it may be recalled that the KN55S9, which is a ultra HD OLED screen 55 inches Samsung was initially sold 15,000 dollars in the United States.
However, if the display technologies continue to evolve towards larger sizes and definitions, this is not true for content broadcasting. Thus, Blu-Ray discs, which have a capacity of 25 to 50 GB (dual layer), can not stand movies ultra-high definition. In January 2013, Andy Parsons, chairman of the Blu-ray Disc Association announced the creation of a design office responsible for developing future standards of Blu-ray support to support such an image quality .
For now, manufacturers of display technology LG and Samsung head, preparing to offer TVs that can not be fully exploited, but have well stimulate the development of the audiovisual content market through this .