Following the dominance of 4K TVs at the CES show earlier this year, Samsung has confirmed it is to showcase its wider range of Ultra HD displays at IFA 2013.
The South Korean firm announced at a pre-IFA event that it would be showcasing both larger and smaller versions of its Ultra HD S9000 TVs.
Currently, the firm's S-Series line-up contains just an 85-inch TV, severely limited the range's appeal to regular consumers. However, Samsung is now looking to address such issues with a host of differently sized displays.
However, whilst a number of firm's have begun the year by showcasing their Ultra HD TVs, the technology has little behind it right now, as industry standards are yet to catch up.
Whilst a select number of films and games are able to take advantage of the technology, consumers may not immediately be able to experience the full benefits of such devices.