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CES 2013: Samsung hints at 'unprecedented' TV design

December 31, 2012|By Salvador Rodriguez
  • Samsung posted this photo with a blog item promising an "unprecedented" TV design at next week's International Consumer Electronics Show.
Samsung posted this photo with a blog item promising an "unprecedented"… (Samsung )

Samsung this weekend teased what it'll have on display next week at CES, and it appears the South Korean tech giant will be showing some new TV designs.

In a blog post Sunday, the company said it would be showing off an "unprecedented new TV shape and timeless design," according to a translation by The Verge

Along with the short text, the company also posted a picture, which can be seen above, showing a tree in a desert landscape. The tree is centered in a vertically oriented rectangular frame resembling a television screen.

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It's unclear what exactly Samsung could be readying for the show, but that hasn't kept people from guessing.

Some say Samsung's "unprecedented" TV could be a transparent portrait design, meaning the screen is see-through and the set is vertically oriented.

We'll find out soon enough. CES is set to kick off next week, with media events as early as Sunday.

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