We are about to welcome 2017 in a couple of days, and with the new year there are two grand tech events are also going to take place. Firstly, the Consumer Exhibition Show (CES) will take place in January and the next one will be Mobile World Congress (MWC) in February.
All the top brands like Sony, Xiaomi, and LG have already announced their event presence at CES, and Samsung is also in the queue, the company confirmed today. As per the reports Samsung is not going to launch Galaxy S8 there, but it is going to introduce a new range of audio and video products.
The company termed the event and products as “Future Of Audio”. The company clarified that they are here with something called Ultra-High Quality (UHQ) Sound which is a proprietary audio upscaling technology.
Moreover, the company also ensured that this audio algorithm is developed on its own by applying “Distortion Cancelling Technology”, which is able to reduce sound alterations.
According to Jurak Choi, the Senior Vice President at Samsung, “UHQ audio has the ability to upscale audio sources to a 32 bit output, for both wired and wireless connections. 32 bit sound creates audio which is much closer in quality to the original recording than existing HD audio, delivering rich sound that brings each note to life with incredible clarity.”
Samsung H7 Wireless speaker
This product by Samsung just looks like an old-school hi-fi retro soundbox, the company promised that it will deliver stunning audio quality. With the UHQ 32-bit audio technology and stylish design, H7 also has a bass response of 35Hz.
Samsung MS750 soundbar
MS750 is the very first Soundbar Samsung going to launch, with a subwoofer built into the main unit. And is also has the support for high-quality 32-bit audio. The company claimed that it will deliver powerful home cinema sound on premium TVs and doesn’t need any separate subwoofer.
Samsung UHD M9500 Blue-Ray player
The third last product Samsung going to introduce is the M9500 UHD Blue-Ray player, which has the support for Samsung Smart Remote integration and Bluetooth Wireless Streaming Support.
Furthermore, the company mentioned that “With the M9500’s new Private Cinema Mode, TV audio can be transferred to personal Bluetooth headphones, adding flexibility for viewing HDR content at any time, despite what else might be going on around you.”
According to some other sources, Samsung will also showcase its S-Skin, a skincare solution, Tag + which is an electronic device that adds extra functionality to kids’ toys and Lumini a portable device for identifying and preventing skin problems.
Samsung is looking forward to the successful launch of its “future of audio” devices at CES.