Overnight, Samsung announced a slew of new TVs for 2022, but while Micro LEDs, Neo QLEDs, and even lifestyle TVs were included, the company’s QD-OLED models were notable for their absence. rumored for a long time.
In all likelihood, Samsung is just waiting for its actual CES press conference (taking place at 6:30 pm today in Las Vegas, which is 2:30 am tomorrow for the UK) to announce its QD-OLEDs for They have more room to shine, but we don’t really have to wait until then for the news, because the 65-inch model was just released by the CES organization itself.
Every year, a large number of so-called ‘CES Innovation Awards’ are awarded, and one of these has been awarded to the’ Samsung 65 “QD-Display TV. Unfortunately, the image on the awards page is currently broken, so we don’t yet know what this new TV looks like, but there is some good information to get.
For starters, and as expected, Samsung is using the term ‘QD-Display’ to describe its QD-OLEDs, apparently in an attempt to avoid having to explain why it suddenly started using OLED technology, which it has been against. waging a fierce war. the last years.
The page also confirms that the QD-Display TV has a 144Hz refresh rate, has four HDMI 2.1 plugs, and is powered by Samsung’s 2022 Neo Quantum processor. It also uses the company’s Object Tracking Sound technology (version is not mentioned though) and has an ‘Infinity One Design’, whatever that is.
And if you’re sitting there wondering what all the QD-OLED fuss is about, we’ve got a full QD-OLED explanation worth reading. In short, though, it combines the self-emitting properties of OLED TVs with the vibrancy and brilliance of Quantum Dots to get the best of both worlds in TV technology.
Samsung’s QD-Display TV is likely not the only QD-OLED TV announced at CES 2022, as Sony is rumored to have its own models on the way. It will be fascinating to see how this new TV technology compares to LG’s 2022 OLEDs, which were just announced and do not feature Quantum Dots.
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