Samsung begins to manufacture $175,000 dollar TVs in Tijuana

This new TV with Micro LED technology has arrived in Mexico and it is currently worth the equivalent to 3 houses in the city

The new Samsung TV with Micro LED technology has arrived in Mexico.

Manufactured in the plant that this Korean company has in Tijuana, this visual monster is sold at Palacio de Hierro for $3 million pesos (around $175,000 dollars).

Courtesy: Samsung México
Courtesy: Samsung México

That’s right! This 4K resolution, 110-inch TV is sold for 3 million pesos which means its 2 meters long with a diameter of 80 centimeters.

As years go by, this television’s technology will become more common and the price will decrease; for now, Tijuana is manufacturing an electronic luxury that costs the approximate equivalent of 3 houses in the city.

Courtesy: Samsung México
Courtesy: Samsung México

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Why does it have such a high cost?

First of all, its 4K resolution and almost 3-meter diameter allow the user to practically have a movie theater at home.

Secondly, according to a statement released by the company, Micro LED has an advanced visualization technology that creates perfect and more defined blacks, and a projection of colors with greater clarity.

Courtesy: Samsung México
Courtesy: Samsung México

In addition, these screens also have an Artificial Intelligence system that brings a greater realism to the scenes shown on this device, regardless of the original resolution.

Lastly, it has all the features of a Smart TV and the Multi View feature allows the user to see up to 4 different types of content at the same time.

With information from Xataka and El Universal.

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