Samsung launches UHD TV line-up for hospitality industry

By Anuj Sharma - November 30, 2018
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Available in 43-inch, 49-inch, 55-inch and 65-inch sizes, these hospitality TVs are supported by Samsung’s Tizen OS and brings in the power of High Dynamic Range (HDR10+) picture refinement for a de....

South Korean giant Samsung today launched its new series of UHD televisions in India that will help the hospitality industry provide customers not only a TV experience but also a solution packed with applications and personalised interface powered by Samsung LYNKReach.

The new UHD line up of Hospitality TVs come packed with Hospitality/Home User Interface, Soft Access Point, LAN Out along with conventional smart features like, screen mirroring technology. Besides, there is an option to play content via Bluetooth connectivity from any handset – Android, Tizen, Windows, Ubuntu and iOS.

Available in 43-inch, 49-inch, 55-inch and 65-inch sizes, these hospitality TVs are supported by Samsung’s Tizen OS and brings in the power of High Dynamic Range (HDR10+) picture refinement for a detail-rich viewing experience.

“Samsung has been providing businesses with integrated and customized solutions that result in unparalleled end-users’ experience and satisfaction. This year, with these UHD models powered with Samsung’s Tizen OS, we are expanding our services to suit the need of having a robust consumer interface for hotels, hospitals and education sector,” said Puneet Sethi, Vice President, Consumer Electronics Enterprise Business, Samsung India.

Hospitality TVs offer a unique Home Menu or Home Graphic User Interface which allows the institutions to create or add a welcome message, a logo and/or a video on the TV boot-up screen. The range is ideal for creating, editing, real time update of weather, along with software and firmware updating over RF or IP Network.

The TV interface also has customisable shortcuts for accessing major functions of TV (Menu, alarm, source etc.). Customers can also map the specific remote control to a specific TV to avoid misplacement of remote controls.

The hoteliers, for example can make use of the user friendly ‘Home Menu’ which acts as an information menu, and allows them to save utility numbers such as that of Reception, Housekeeping, Room Service, Travel Desk, Emergency, etc. on the Hotel TV itself. This information is accessible at the touch of a button via remote.

One of the noteworthy features includes the muting option or access to bedside headphone to watch the TV and avoid disturbing the others in a room with dual occupancy – something that can benefit hostels and hospitals.  

 

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