In addition, both Premiere models will come equipped with Samsung’s Smart TV platform, so viewers can access all the streaming apps they want and take advantage of mobile connection functions, such as matching.
While the designs have comparable feature sets, they do have another distinction aside from the sizes of the images they can predict: The LSP9T supports HDR10+, making it the very first projector licensed for the requirement.
The Premiere will be readily available beginning later on this year in the US, Europe, Korea and other regions, but Samsung has yet to reveal how much it will cost.
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