4K streaming to launch on Samsung UHD TVs

4K streaming service set to launch on Samsung UHD TVs

4K streaming service set to launch on Samsung UHD TVs

Entertainment tech specialists NanoTech Entertainment has signed an agreement with Samsung to launch a 4K streaming service on the latter’s UHD TVs. 

Under the agreement, the UltraFlix 4K streaming channel will be launched on all 2014 Samsung Ultra High-Definition (UHD) TVs.  The transactional Video-On-Demand 4K network will be available starting Tuesday November 25, on Samsung UHD TVs as a featured 4K App.  With UltraFlix, Samsung UHD TV customers will have one-click access to more than 500 hours of pristine 4K Ultra HD PPV movies, concerts, TV shows and special events, including 100 hours of dazzling free content.

“Samsung is the leader in TV technology, so we are excited to launch the UltraFlix streaming service on their complete family of UHD TVs,” comments Aaron Taylor, NanoTech’s Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “Samsung continues to set new standards in innovation and immersive viewing experiences and we look forward to partnering with them to deliver our entire 4K UHD library.”

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