Originally Posted by SCChris
Not to rain on anyone's parade but the One Connect is purely an input/output source. The processing and rest of the "meat" of the TV resides within 2 main boards in the panel itself. I just had my UN64F9000 repaired and watched the guy take the whole thing apart. He replaced the PCB in the One Connect and also the PCB in the set itself. The one inside the panel is basically a computer mother-board with all the processors, ram etc. The other board in the panel is power distribution. As he explained to me all the inputs come in from the One Connect and are passed via the proprietary cable to the main board in the panel, all of which is powered by the power control board in the panel. So I asked him about upgrades and he mentioned the Evolution box, which is still under development and not even released yet, and had no official info on how it will work with this set but speculated it would be some type of Evo box.
If that's the case, there is definitely some false advertising by Samsung:
Per Value Electronics ad:
Thanks to Samsung's forward-thinking engineers for making the 4k UHD displays upgradable to accept all of the expected 4k advancements:
HDMI 2.0 to support 4k at 60fps and 4k 3D
HEVC (High Efficiency Video Codec) H2.65
The Evolution kits will upgrade the CPU, GPU, Memory and Standards compatibility