Samsung unveiled today Bookings Different models of TVs Shown at CES 2022 earlier this year, but below Three words in the newsletter immediately caught my attention: Samsung OLED TV.
The phrase is Very vague, but some back and forth, the company has confirmed Samsung OLED TV (S95B) uses the long-awaited QD-OLED display technology. The name is confusing, but OLED is already a household name and now Samsung wants people to associate it with its brand, not the Korean competitor who has dominated the OLED TV space in recent years.
QD-OLED combines the best of quantum dot and the best of OLED, creating infinite contrast ratios, perfect black levels and high brightness levels. you can Learn more about our technology Guide QD OLED, But the short version is that the quantum dots sit in a separate layer in front of the OLED and emit blue light to illuminate the pixels with the red and green quantum dots. Each pixel basically becomes three sub-pixels, consisting of red, green and blue, which can be combined to create real white light.
Although this breaks new ground for Samsung, the first device with QD-OLED technology was not the Samsung OLED TV. Sony has introduced its Bravia A95K at CES 2022 It also uses QD-OLED, And Alienware released a monitor With the same panel technology. It’s very unusual for Samsung to be so shy About him It may be one of the biggest releases of this year. SomehowThis is great news for the television industry.
Now back to TV Per. Samsung OLED uses the same processor Neurological quantum What we found Neo 8K to enhance enhanced images. Works Tizen, a proprietary TV operating system and Navigation is easy on most Samsung TVs. The company also claims the sound quality of the OLED TV, which supports object tracking sound and Dolby Atmos for Q-Sympathy to play audio through Surround Sound Effect and D.u TV and soundbar simultaneously.
An “intensifier” is significant OLED Brightness ”. Samsung did not provide a rating of TV brightness, But this aspect is encouraging. One disadvantage of OLED panels is that they do not Bright as backlight panels, a glitch QD-OLED should be resolved. Since Samsung OLED supports HDR10 + and has an update rate of 120Hz, only the latest hybrid technology will make you consider upgrading your current TV.
In terms of design, Samsung calls it “LaserSlim” because it’s as thin as a laser beam … I think? The The TV looks very thin (four centimeters Without stand) Based on photos provided by Samsung. There are four HDMI ports on the back; Everyone They support 4K at 120 Hz, which makes it a good choice for gaming.
Samsung OLED S95B is available For reservation Today Available in 55-inch and 65-inch sizes, priced at $ 2399 and $ 3Respectively 499. Sony versions come in the same sizes, but still Not published Price.
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