Samsung Premiere line launches with world’s first 4K HDR10+ projector

Samsung today launched The Premiere, a series of 4K Ultra Short Throw (UST) laser projectors and the world’s first such devices with HDR10+ certification. The series consists of the 130-inch LSP9T and the 120-inch LSP7T, both of which offer 4K resolution support, albeit only the former comes with HDR10+. What such a high-definition dynamic range means in the context of projectors is that you’re looking at one quite literally shining beacon of excellence that can deliver up to 2,800 ANSI lumens of brightness.
Further adding to the cinemaphile appeal is The Premiere’s Filmmaker Mode meant to enable a full-fledged home cinema experience. Samsung’s own Smart TV platform is part of the package, meaning you can install a wide range of video streaming and other apps to the newly introduced devices. Naturally, users will also be able to connect The Premiere to their smartphones and tablets.

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21 April 2021

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