Samsung teases a TV with “unprecedented shape and timeless design” for CES 2013


Samsung’s going to be unveiling a new TV at this year’s CES, and it’s Samsung Tomorrow blog has posted this image in relation to that. Besides the vague image, Samsung says that, “A true innovation of TV design is coming up with a unprecedented new TV shape and timeless design.”

With a vague statement like that and an image that is arguably just as vague, we can only guess what Samsung will be bringing to CES. Two thing you’ll notice from the image, however, is the fact that it is in a portrait orientation. Does this mean we’ll be seeing a TV with that kind of display ratio? That wouldn’t make sense, because the only use for displays like that tend to be for retail or exhibit displays.

Another thing you’ll notice is that it seemingly hints at a translucent display. What good would a translucent display do for your TV-viewing at home? Guess we’ll just have to wait for CES to find out!

What kind of TV do you think Samsung is teasing us with? Let us know in the comments!

[via The Verge]

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  • etim

    This CES thing…it’s not by any chance scheduled for early April, is it?

  • Mike

    A few years back, I stopped caring about what the manfs.–and tech. blogs–were saying about the “next big thing”–the industries are full of bravado and, often, little substance, and are a brain-suck (have you noticed how few comments there are, here, in items concerning the latest Apple goings-on? people are just tired of it all). Instead, I simply wait until the industry puts up and out . . . .

  • Maybe it’s like the first color TVs, with a circular screen and a big floor mounted box. That would make more sense than a translucent portrait orientation.