Samsung Electronics, the world’s leading TV manufacturer for 15 consecutive years, revealed its new technologies, features and product innovations, such as Neo QLED 8K / 4K, MICRO LED. The South Korean brand indicated that its new 2021 Audio and Video products come equipped with hardware and software designed to improve the viewing experience.
These technologies would deliver new picture quality, amazing gaming experiences, along with integrated lifestyle features and services.
Samsung’s 2021 product line is equipped with advanced hardware and software that are designed to provide a unique viewing experience. Technology has enabled exceptional image quality, smart features and gaming experiences, along with integrated lifestyle features and services that enable maximum usability.
Neo QLED 8K, 4K and image quality: The Quantum Mini LEDs, combined with Samsung’s Quantum Matrix technology and the Neo Quantum processor would provide realistic image quality with a high level of detail in both dark scenes and those that are bright.
MICRO LED: This type of display produces high-level color vibrancy and brightness with self-emitting LED display technology along with a Micro AI processor that delivers impressive HDR content.
Home Activity: The 2021 TV lineup includes several smart features and apps, including Samsung TV Plus and Samsung Health, which are continually updated to provide functional options for users.
Gaming experiences: Neo QLED 2021 TVs with new features, such as Super Ultra Wide Game View and Auto Game mode, provide improved performance, motion graphics features, a lag reduced input input and ultimately a fuller, more immersive sound powered by AI.
TV Lifestyle: Samsung’s award-winning lifestyle TV portfolio comes equipped with new product launches and line extensions for The Frame, The Serif and The Sero. Since its first launch in 2017, The Frame has redefined the concept of television, transforming screens into stunning works of art – with more than 1 million units sold.
Monitor: The new M7 and M5 are the world’s first “do-it-all” displays, integrated with the Tizen operating system, allowing users to work, learn, or view content from anywhere, anytime.