For all those big spenders, Samsung has launched its biggest 110-inch 4K TV which has been priced at $152,000.
This maximum definition TV, having a resolution of 4 times higher than the standard HD TVs is now available in China, South Korea and the Middle East.
With the increasing popularity of larger TVs, TV manufacturer have been tied in a big race to introduce not only bigger sets but also with crisper images. This is due to the reason that as the size of the screen increases, the picture quality decreases which means that users have to move further afar from the TV for an optimized image.
These ultra-HD TVs, though having best picture quality, do not have enough content and are priced very high.
Despite all this the future of TV has been described to be these ultra-HD sets and OLED TVs.
The shipments of ultra-HD TVs are expected to reach a total of 1.9 million units in 2013 and are expected to rise by a huge percentage to 12.7 million by the end of next year.
The prices for 4K TVs are expected to fall below $1,000 in China next year whereas these are likely to remain close to $2,000 in US.