Samsung, as we reported it would earlier in the month, has announced a new series of LCD televisions at IFA 2007 in Berlin, Germany, that use LEDs to light the screen.

The new models, apart of the F9 series will come in 52-, and 70-inch models and offer Full HD 1080p picture support.

LED Smart lighting uses multiple LED backlight units that adjust the brightness level by turning on and off the right combination of the backlight units to produce a contrast ratio of 500,000 to 1.

In addition, because the TVs use LED technology, now it is one of the most environmentally friendly TV options available.

The F9 series comes complete with two built-in subwoofers that are hidden from view and that drive more power into the lower frequencies of the 2.2 channel stereo.

The F9 line also comes with Wiselink USB 2.0 for connections to digital cameras and MP3 players, and three HDMI connections.

The 52-inch versions come equipped with Samsung’s Auto-wall mount feature, allowing the viewer to easily change the viewing angle up to 20 degrees side to side and 15 degrees down using the remote control.