This undated handout photo received by South Korean electronics maker Samsung in Seoul on December 31, 2013 shows models posing with what the company says is the industry's largest Ultra HD (UHD) television, a 110-inch UHD TV, featuring ultra-high definition - four-times better resolution compared to a full-HD display. (AFP)
Samsung said a 110-inch TV that has four times the resolution of standard high-definition TVs is going on sale for about $150,000 in South Korea.
The launch of the Samsung 110-inch TV giant television set on Monday reflects global TV makers' move toward ultra HD TVs, as manufacturing bigger TVs using OLED proves too costly.
Last year, Samsung and rival LG Electronics, the world's top two TV makers, touted OLED as the future of TV. OLED screens are ultrathin and can display images with enhanced clarity and deeper color saturation.