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Samsung unveils AI TV Technologies at 2024 SEA Tech Seminar

Samsung Electronics just unveiled AI-powered TV technologies at the 2024 Southeast Asia Tech Seminar in Bangkok, Thailand.

The company showcased their cutting-edge lineup for 2024, with TVs offering enhanced picture, sound, and customization. During the seminar, Samsung also revealed their latest NQ8 AI Gen 3 Processor and NQ4 AI Gen 2 Processor.

These new innovations enabled an enhanced, immersive viewing experience.

The 2024 SEA Tech Seminar in Bangkok succeeds a fruitful series kickoff held in Frankfurt, Germany last February. Samsung will continue to hold seminars in regions like Latin America to present new TV and monitor technologies.

These will include the following:

Samsung’s 2024 Neo QLED 8K includes the latest NQ8 AI Gen3 Processor. This enables a vivid and more precise picture through its 512 neural networks—eight times as many as its predecessor. It supports features like 8K AI Upscaling Pro and AI Motion Enhancer Pro for high-end Neo QLED 8K visuals.
The 2024 Samsung OLED TV upscales content to 4K resolution with the NQ4 AI Gen2 Processor featuring OLED Glare Free technology. Certified by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL), the technology reduces light reflection on the screen, providing an immersive viewing experience with fewer distractions.
Music Frame is a new lifestyle product that functions as a frame-shaped speaker. It can be used as a frame on the wall by inserting images or photos into its replaceable photo frame.
Samsung Knox, applied to Samsung TV, achieved a ‘Common Criteria’ certification. This is recognized by 31 countries as of February, strengthening TV security measures in terms of software and hardware.

What do you guys think of Samsung Electronics’ new offerings and innovations? Let us know in the comment section below!

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