Back in January 2021, Samsung introduced the 2021 Neo QLED, Micro LED, Lifestyle TV, and many more at the First Look event. At the same time, the company also unveiled new display technology, Neo QLED, to its flagship 8K (QN900A) and 4K (QN90A) models.
Now, as per the latest information, the South Korean tech giant announced that it will launch 21 models in its new Neo QLED TV series. Neo QLED TVs are liquid crystal display (LCD) TVs that use MiniLEDs as their backlighting. It is an upgrade from Samsung’s QLED TV series.
The South Korean tech giant stated in its online event called Unbox & Discover that it’s Neo QLED TV uses quantum matrix technology and quantum processors. The company said that these models control 12-bit brightness in 4,096 steps to achieve high contrast and detailed blacks.
It also has 16 neural engines that can optimize 4K and 8K resolutions. A total of 8 models will support 8K, divided into three series and four different sizes (85, 75, 65, and 55 inches). A total of 13 models will support 4K resolution, divided into three series and five different sizes (85, 75, 65, 55, and 50 inches). In South Korea, 5 types of 8K and 9 types of 4K will be provided.
Samsung’s 2021 Neo QLED 8K and 4K models provide smart features that can expand the role of TVs and help consumers meet their changing needs in fitness, entertainment, and home office.
- The company is delivering the ultimate TV gaming experience with new exclusive features. Super Ultrawide GameView gives gamers the option to play not only at the wide 21:9 aspect ratio but even at the ultrawide 32:9 ratio.
- Consumers can use their phone to initiate a high-quality, high-speed video call that up to 32 people can join—no matter which operating system they’re using with Google Duo.
- PC on TV allows consumers to connect a PC to the TV that allows them to work and learn from home through the TV screen with a connected mouse, keyboard, and PC.
- Samsung Health seamlessly transforms the home into a personal gym, and the new Smart Trainer feature tracks and analyzes posture in real-time, just like a personal trainer.
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