Monday, 7 January 2013

Samsung Debuts World?s First Quad-Core TV

LAS VEGAS -- Today's phones and tablets often have quad-core processors that enable them to handle a multitude of tasks. As TVs become integrated more and more with mobile devices, it only makes sense that they get in on the quad-core action, too, and Samsung just debuted what it claims is the world?s first quad-core TV.

The LED/LCD model, the UN60F8000, is equipped with a 1.35GHz chip based on the ARM Cortex-A15 architecture. Besides making the set 3.6x as fast as last year?s dual-core TVs, the quad CPU enables it to handle all kinds of content, including material in the HEVC format, Samsung says.

The new set also has Samsung's new Smart Hub UI, which funnels the multitude of cont…
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