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Samsung’s QLED TVs become official Xbox One X partner for better 4K HDR gaming experience


Last updated: September 4th, 2017 at 19:09 UTC+02:00

Microsoft has announced that it has officially partnered with Samsung to offer a better 4K HDR gaming experience through the latter’s latest QLED TV lineup. Samsung’s latest QLED TVs offer a peak brightness of more than 1,500 nits for an unparalleled HDR experience, 100 percent color volume, and accurate colors. Moreover, these TVs have a low input lag, three-step image processing, no-gap wall mount, and a single-cable connection.

The arrival of true 4K UHD gameplay on the Xbox One X this Fall gives gamers the perfect reason to upgrade their television. If gamers are looking for a TV that delivers premium 4K HDR picture quality with industry leading design and smart functionality, then the QLED TV and Xbox One X are an unbeatable 4K gaming combination,” said Eddie Combs, Vice President of Marketing for Samsung Electronics America. The company also offers a 10-year guarantee against burn-in, so gamers don’t have to worry about static content damaging the TV panel.

Microsoft unveiled the Xbox One X at E3 2017 and claimed that it is the only gaming console in the market right now that offers true 4K HDR gaming at 60fps. “Xbox One X will bring true 4K gaming to console players for the first time with 40 percent more power than any other console. We’re thrilled to join forces with Samsung in the U.S. to deliver immersive 4K gaming experiences to our fans,” said Mike Nichols, Xbox Corporate Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer.

Thanks to the Smart Hub that’s integrated into Samsung’s latest QLED TVs, attached devices can be controlled with the TV’s One Remote. Just by saying “Game Mode“, the TV automatically adjusts video and audio settings to suit gaming needs. Interested gamers can now experience Xbox One X’s 4K HDR 60fps gaming capabilities on Samsung’s QLED TVs at various Xbox and Samsung marketing and retail locations through the rest of the year in the US.

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