The next-generation Samsung TVs will hit the Internet in June, with the launch of the “Home Entertainment Center” product line and an Android app, sources have told The Next Internet.
The Home Entertainment Center is a product line Samsung will unveil alongside the “SBS” line of TVs starting in June.
This will be Samsung’s first product line in its line-up of “TV’s with the Smart Connectivity Suite,” sources say.
These TVs are powered by a Snapdragon 821 processor and feature Samsung’s new “Smart Connectivity Platform” that is expected to enable 4K content delivery and video streaming, according to a press release from Samsung.
The SBS line of Samsung TVs is expected by June, which is the first time the company will begin to release TVs in a year, and will include the SBS-10A, SBS 10B, S, and S Plus TVs.
The SBS Series 10, 10C, and 10S TVs are expected to launch in June of next year.
Samsung is expected in June to release its “SCTV” line, which will include three new Samsung TVs, the SCTV-1, SCTV1, and the S TV.
The company is expected at CES next month to unveil a “SNC-LTE-E” model of the SLC-20 and SLC 20 TV, both of which will be powered by Samsung’s “Advanced Technologies” technology.
The technology is similar to that found in the “SmartTV” line.SBS-1 will launch in the second quarter of next month.
The Samsung SCTV 1 will feature a 4K UHD resolution (2560 x 1440), 4K color reproduction (160Hz), a 1.1GHz dual-core processor, and 2GB of RAM.
The $199.99 SCTV will be available with four Wi-Fi channels, four DVR and two HDMI ports.
The price is $219.99.
The “S” model will feature an 8-inch, 2K U-LED screen, a 4.1-inch 720p IPS panel, and a “U” model with an 8.9-inch 4K panel and a 4:3 aspect ratio, with HDMI output.
The “U-LED” model is expected later this year.
The Samsung S TV and the “TV” models will launch with Android apps, while the “Live TV” app will include an “Internet” mode for accessing content.
The two models will also be compatible with Samsung’s Smart Connect TV platform, which has a set of TV-connected apps, a web-based TV application, and even the ability to stream video from Google Play.
The products, which are likely to be called “SLC-10S” and “S-20,” will come in three color variations, blue, white, and red, according a Samsung press release.
The white models are expected in mid-June, while red models will be released later in the year.
The first of these is expected for June, and each of the models will cost $199 or less.
The TVs will be offered at Samsung’s U.S. retail outlets, and there will be a $50 rebate for the purchase of one or more SLC models.
The $199 SLC model will include 4K resolution, color reproduction, and DVR.
The model will also feature 802.11ac WiFi, HDMI output, a 1GHz dual core processor, a 512MB RAM and 64GB internal storage, plus 2GB RAM and a microSD card slot.
The black SLC will be priced at $199 and the white model at $249.
The models will arrive in late June.
The more expensive “S TV” model has an 8K resolution and a 5.5-inch 1080p panel, an 8GB RAM, and 16GB internal memory.
It will also come with a 1,000-watt wireless AC adapter, an HDMI input, and dual USB ports.
A $399 “TV Plus” model comes with a 5-inch 5K resolution panel, a 3,000mAh battery, an 802.16ac WiFi chip, HDMI input and an 8MP camera, and comes with an adapter to plug into an LG UHD TV or Sony UHD 4K Blu-ray player.
The first of the two models is expected late next year, with prices starting at $499.
The third model will launch on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S and Samsung Galaxy Note 7, priced at the same $399 price point.
The next model, which the company has not yet revealed, will have an 8k panel, 4K refresh rate, an HD resolution of 2560 x 1600, and an IR blaster for better viewing on a tablet.
It also will include a microUSB port, and Samsung says it will support a 10-hour battery life.
The Galaxy Note 8 will have a 5K panel, with a 4,000