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We're beginning to learn a bit more about the OnePlus TV, which is set to go up against likes of Samsung and Sony in the marketplace, albeit hopefully at lower prices. A OnePlus exec has now confirmed specs for at least one model in the new smart TV product family. According to the tweet from Akis Evangelidis, there will be a 55-inch model with QLED technology (it is not known is QLED tech will proliferate throughout the entire lineup). QLED has been championed by Samsung in its high-end television, and TCL has recently jumped onboard with its 8-Series Roku TVs. You can read more about QLED in our in-depth article right here. Although the 55-inch model has now been confirmed... Read more...
TCL has just revealed its 2019 lineup of 4K Roku TVs, and as usual, the company is bringing a wealth of features at price points that undercut its rivals. The new big screen televisions include the all-new 8-Series along with updates to the exiting 5-Series and 6-Series lineups. Both the 6-Series and 8-Series models are adopting Quantum Dot (QLED) color technology that has long been championed by Samsung. TCL is promising 100 percent color representation in the DCI-P3 color space and that its new TVs will deliver more saturated colors across the board. The QLEDs are used in conjunction with high performance mini-LEDs which helps to boost contrast performance, delivering inky blacks in darkened... Read more...
Big screen 4K TVs are a dime a dozen these days. In fact, just this morning we brought you news of a hot deal over at Best Buy that will get you a Sharp 55-inch 4K HDR Roku TV for just $299.99. However, Samsung is looking to stand out from the crowd a bit with its latest creation, which it calls “The Sero”. The Sero features Samsung’s quantum-dot (QLED) display technology, which is pretty commonplace on the company’s high-end televisions, but it’s eye-catching feature is that the display panel actually rotates. In its standard position, the 43-inch display (assumedly 4K UHD) sits horizontally like any other modern television. However, the display can... Read more...
Earlier this week, Samsung announced their new 2019 lineup of 4K and 8K televisions using a display technology they call QLED. The term QLED looks suspiciously like OLED, but do the two technologies actually have much in common? After fielding a few questions about this on our website and social media, we want to clear up any confusion between them and expound on what to expect in terms of picture quality from each. We will start at the beginning with a basic LED LCD display. Virtually everyone has encountered one of these displays at some point in their life as they make up the majority of the market. These use a white LED backlight to shine through tiny red, green, and blue filters to create... Read more...
Samsung announced that the 2019 models of its 4K and 8K QLED Smart TVs are now available for purchase. In addition to their high resolution, these TVs also feature a number of other improvements to help enhance image processing and picture quality. "Our 2019 QLED line is designed for users who want the best combination of picture quality, smart TV capabilities and design," said Andrew Sivori, VP, TV Product Marketing, Samsung Electronics America. "This year's lineup represents our largest screen size offering ever. It brings together innovative feature enhancements and exciting content and service partnerships to deliver a truly groundbreaking viewing experience and unprecedented value." In total... Read more...
You've gotta pay to play, and that is readily apparent with Samsung's top shelf 85-inch QLED 8K TV. Samsung announced the Q900R Series last month, and it is available in 65-, 75-, 82-, and 85-inch sizes. Today, pricing has been released for the largest model, and it comes in at a staggering $15,000. One of the headlining features of the Q900R Series is support for the 8K resolution, although such content will be incredibly hard to find. It's highly likely that we won't see 8K content arrive for mainstream markets for many years to come, but Samsung obviously feels that it's worth getting the hardware out there now for early adopters. The Q900R Series can display content in native 8K resolutions,... Read more...
Are you ready for some serious widescreen display gaming action? Well, Samsung has you covered with the brand new CHG90, which is an ultrawide 49-inch monitor with 1800R curvature that employs QLED Quantum Dot technology. While the CHG90 is no doubt the star of the show, it is joined by two smaller entries in the CHG70 series that feature display sizes of 31.5 inches and 27 inches (along with the same 1800R curvature). The CHG90 features an aspect ratio of 32:9 and a double full HD (DFHD) resolution of 3840x1080, while the two smaller models have an aspect ratio of 16:9 and a QHD resolution of 2560x1440.Samsung CHG90 Flexing their QLED muscle, all three monitors are capable of supporting 125... Read more...
Samsung today announced the availability of its 2017 model quantum dot televisions, which it is marketing as QLED for short. The new QLED sets represent the very best that Samsung has to offer, with price tags to boot—cost of entry into QLED territory is $2,800. That gets you a 55-inch class (54.6-inch diagonal) QLED TV with a 4K Ultra HD resolution and High Dynamic Range (HDR) support. This is a bold play to bring premium features and products into the living room, and it comes at a time with 4K televisions are become more affordable. For those who want superior picture quality than those lower priced sets, Samsung promise to deliver with its QLED lineup. Samsung says its 2017 line takes quantum... Read more...