Samsung The Premiere is a short range projector, and joins South Korean firm’s catalog of ‘lifestyle’ products along with The Serif, The Sero and The Terrace televisions.
Beyond marketing, the truth is that many users would be delighted to use that product in a living room, because a projector is an excellent device for a home theater system (or games) and a great alternative to televisions.
Samsung The Premiere specs
Samsung The Premiere includes two different models, the LSP9T and the LSP7T. The former model is the most advanced, cause it is the industry’s first HDR10 + certified projector. It supports native 4K resolutions with triple laser system, offers a maximum brightness 2,800 ANSI lumens and can project images up to 130”’. (120” for the LSP7T).
Samsung says they can be placed directly in front of a wall, but has not provided details on the minimum distance required for it to be able to project a usable image.
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Samsung The Premiere includes built-in woofers and support Acoustic Beam surround sound, so they don’t require a separate audio setup (although it’s ideal) to enjoy content.
The projectors include a ‘Filmmaker’ mode, which is supposed to allow users to view movies as directed by the directors. In addition to all the services available on the Samsung Smart TV platform, the projector can also be used to mirror the screen.
Samsung The Premiere will be available in Germany, the United Kingdom, France, Switzerland, Austria, the Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, Spain and the Nordic countries throughout this year. We do not know price. The high-end projectors are not usually cheap.