Samsung’s long-rumored QD-OLED TV, a marriage of its legacy quantum dot (or QLED) technology and the OLED displays preferred by many of its competitors, appears to have arrived.
Samsung hasn’t formally announced the new range of displays, but it looks like CES 2022 did it instead. CNET has seen a product listing for a “Samsung 65” QD-DISPLAY television on the CES.tech website, honoring the unannounced television at the CES 2022 Innovation Awards.
The publication states that “The Samsung 65” QD Screen TV is the world’s first true RGB self-emitting quantum dot OLED screen, revolutionizing television by combining the contrast levels of OLED RGB with the color and brightness of the quantum dots for optimal images.
“The QD-Display TV combines an innovative new QD-OLED screen with Samsung’s gorgeous Infinity One design and immersive object tracking sound technology. It is built with our Neo Quantum 2022 processor for superior picture quality, while It features a 144Hz refresh rate and four HDMI 2.1 inputs – both wins for gamers.
“With impeccable pictures, sound and speed, the QD-Display represents the next frontier in home entertainment.”
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We’ve heard about QD-OLED hybrids since 2019, so it’s a relief that they are now about to hit the market.
For those who aren’t up to speed with the latest TV jargon, it looks like Samsung’s new gear will make use of a zero-bezel design, as new flagship Samsung TVs do these days.
It will be a high-spec standard Samsung TV on the outside, including good support for HDMI 2.1, a high 144Hz refresh rate, an advanced Neo Quantum 4K processor, and detailed sound from Samsung’s OTS (Object Tracking Sound) technology. , which uses a variety of drivers around the screen to deliver detailed, three-dimensional audio.
Most importantly, however, it will be an OLED TV inside, which will use a self-emitting OLED panel for vivid colors and infinite contrast between the dark and light areas of the screen – an OLED area has a huge advantage over settings. LCD or QLED.
However, with Samsung’s quantum dot technology added to the mix, the QD-Display TV has the potential to outperform anything on the market today. We’ll just have to see if it really works.