Samsung Electronics Debuts MicroLED, QLED 8K, Lifestyle TV Lineups
Days before CES2020, Samsung Electronics has debuted its latest lineup of MicroLED, QLED 8K, and Lifestyle TVs.
Coming at 75-inch, 88-inch, 93-inch, and 110-inch display sizes, the MicroLED line is a modular display that allows consumers to connect panels together to suit their space. The new 88-inch and 150-inch models also introduce the ultra-slim infinity designs, which have virtually no bezels and seamlessly blends into any wall. They’re capable of 5,000 nits of peak brightness, as well as upscaling abilities based on deep learning to deliver high-resolution content regardless of the source.
Samsung’s new flagship model, the Q950TS QLED 8K TV, also features the Infinity Screen, having a screen-to-body ratio of 99 percent. It also has a built-in AI upscaling and deep learning capabilities to upscale any content to 8K automatically. Powering the Q950TS’ smart home platform is an AI Quantum processor that allows the display to connect with other home functions.
The QLED 8K lineups also adopt the AV1 codec for better compression rates and HDR10+ support. They also feature Q-Symphony, Object Tracking Sound+, and Active Voice Amplifier to provide better sound immersion. Users may also pair the HQ-Q800T soundbar with the QLED 8K displays for an additional audio channel.
Lastly, Samsung also debuted its Lifestyle TV designed with mobile content in mind, “The Sero.” The Sero (or vertical in Korean) connects seamlessly with the user’s mobile device to display content on screen. It can pivot horizontally and vertically to mirror the orientation of their device.
Though set for release this year, Samsung is yet to provide an official launch date and pricing details for its latest line up of displays.