Overall, the company expects to sell 50 million TVs this year. Samsung's "smart TVs" are Internet-enabled, interactive, stocked with apps, and most have cameras for video chatting.
At CES, the company made waves by introducing a new smart TV that recognizes voices and accepts controls to turn on and off, change channels and adjust volume. Using the camera, the TV can also recognize hand motions and gestures.
To be released in March, the ES8000 will have access to 1500 apps.
Additionally, Samsung is looking to create a Google TV display by the end of the year.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 9 Feb 2012 22:23