made a recent announcement that it has already started shipping its F9000-Series 4K TVs in Korea. This comes as good news for the 100-plus Koreans who pre-ordered Samsung's 55-inch and 65-inch F9000 TV sets in June.

At the beginning of the year, Samsung released the largest UHD TV in the world, the 85-inch behemoth. In the wake of its popularity, the company has now released the 55-inch and 65-inch UHD TV F9000 series.

The picture quality of the F9000 series is four times higher than that of a full HD TV, thanks to a Quad Detail Engine, 4-step quality image processing technology, and super-resolution. This series is a similar alternative to the 85-inch in terms of functionality, but it comes at a more affordable price. This means you can expect the popular UHD Evolution kit support and the Ultra HD screen resolution, but at relatively modest prices.

The 55-inch TV comes at $5,670 (6.4 million won) and its 65-inch cousin comes at $7,913 (8.9 million won).

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