By now, we’ve all been spoiled by Samsung Smart TVs for gaming, streaming, and even watching the games on TV.
Now, it seems as though the company is finally releasing a 4K TV with 4K gaming support.
The Samsung Smart Smart TV 3 is an 8K-capable 4K-compatible device, with a 4k HDR10 display, 4K resolution, and support for the Samsung Adaptive-Sync technology.
The device will retail for $599.99 on Amazon and will be available in November.
While the 3K TV has a 4:3 aspect ratio, it also features a 4x optical zoom, a 1,920 x 1,080 native resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, and an HDMI 2.0 port.
It also has an HDMI port for connecting other devices like smartphones and other 4K displays, which could be useful for gamers.
In addition to the 4K version of the Smart TV, Samsung also released the Smart TVs 4K and 5K versions.
Both models are 1080p and HDR, with the 4k version of each offering 4K HDR and the 5k version offering 4:4:4 4K.
The Smart TVs models are expected to launch in the first half of next year.
Samsung is not the only TV maker making these new 4K TVs, but it’s the first TV maker to make it available for purchase.
LG also made a new 4k TV available for the price of $399.99, which was available for pre-order on Amazon in early December.
The LG Smart TV 4K also has a 1080p resolution, a 720p resolution and an input lag of 2ms.
However, it doesn’t offer 4K or HDR.LG’s 4K Smart TV will be the first 4K device Samsung sells, and it’s likely that Samsung will continue to release more 4K devices with HDR and 4:2:0 aspect ratio.
While the Samsung Smart 3K Smart TVs weren’t announced until late in 2017, the Samsung 4K 4K has already launched.