The Korean consumer electronics giant hopes that half its total estimated flatscreen TV sales of 50 million units will be of internet-connected Smart TVs.
Kim told journalists that a new model, the ES8000, with voice-recognition capability in 30 languages, enabling voice commands to switch-off and switch channels, as well as gesture-recognition controls, would be launched by the end of March.
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