The world’s largest semiconductor maker and smartphone maker is the best TV manufacturer as well last 17 consecutive years. The South Korean tech giant Samsung has officially announced a partnership with Warner Bros. Pictures that will bring highly-anticipated movie trailers to Neo QLED 8K screens in more than 65,000 retail stores around the world.
Samsung’s official statement
“This partnership is an exciting step forward for 8K content, showcasing Neo QLED 8K’s capabilities and getting consumers excited about seeing films in cinematic quality,” said Cheolgi Kim, Executive Vice President of the Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. “Collaborating with Warner Bros. allows Samsung to show consumers how ultra-premium TV technology can take their favourite films to a whole new level.”
To gain more popularity in the demand for 8K content, Samsung and Warner Bros. collaborated on a trial by featuring the “Creed III” trailer in more than 450 retail stores across the United States and Europe earlier this year. The positive response and interest from audiences worldwide demonstrated the increasing interest in 8K content. Following the successful trial, the partnership between Samsung and Warner Bros. has expanded the program globally.
Now, customers worldwide have the opportunity to experience the impressive capabilities of the Samsung Neo QLED 8K with a captivating lineup of high-profile content. This lineup includes trailers for eagerly anticipated films such as “Barbie,” “Blue Beetle,” “Dune: Part Two,” “Wonka,” and “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.”
The collaboration with Warner Bros. Pictures, a global entertainment leader, underscores Samsung’s dedication to providing consumers with top-quality entertainment. With Warner Bros. as the perfect partner, they are able to bring much-anticipated 8K trailers to audiences worldwide.
Samsung’s Neo QLED 8K
The all-new Samsung Neo QLED 8K and 4K TVs are powered by the company’s own advanced Neural Quantum Processor, which supports the Quantum Mini LED-lit TV with 14-bit processing and AI upscaling. It also has smart and intelligent features that send baby’s crying, or dog’s barking alerts on smartphones with the help of IoT-enabled sensors, allowing consumers to take care of their loved ones even when they are away.