Samsung Electronics on Wednesday presented another MiniLED TV brand, called Neo QLED, at its first look online event in front of CES 2021.
The liquid crystal display (LCD) TVs use MiniLEDs as their light source, which Samsung has named as Quantum Mini LED, and will come in 8K and 4K models.
Samsung said the LEDs on Neo QLED TVs will be one-40th of the height of traditional LEDs used for backlighting. This will permit a lot a greater amount of them packed together, the organization said.
The densely packed LEDs will be controlled correctly to prevent blooming and the luminance scale of the Neo QLED TVs will be 12-bit with 4096 steps, which will make dark regions darker and bright zones more splendid, Samsung said. The TV will likewise accompany an upscaling processor.
The 8K version, explicitly, will have a bezel-less and cable-less design.
Neo QLED will be the highest level brand in Samsung’s LCD TV line-up followed by QLED.
Samsung additionally revealed a 99-inch version of its MicroLED TV that is focused on the home market. The 99-inch TV will be accessible in March, along with the 110-inch model presented in December.
MicroLED TVs have no backlighting and the micrometer-sized LED light emits on their own for better contrast ratios and colour accuracy contrasted with LCD TVs.
Like the 110-inch model, the 99-inch model can split the screen into four to watch separate channels simultaneously and offers 5.1 channel sound without the requirement for external speakers. The pricing for the 99-inch model is yet to be declared.
Samsung likewise said that its 2021 model TVs will accompany solar-powered remote controls that can be recharged by indoor and outdoor light, notwithstanding USB.
A week ago, LG Electronics comparatively disclosed its own MiniLED TV brand called LG QNED TV and is set to report its 2021-model OLED TVs during CES 2021.