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Samsung’s QLED TVs receive positive feedback from US-based industry trackers

While Samsung has been the largest TV maker in the world for the past twelve years, it is struggling to promote its QLED technology for high-end TVs because only a few other brands have adopted the technology. Now, the South Korean consumer electronics giant has announced that its QLED TVs have received positive feedback from US-based industry trackers for delivering satisfactory all-round performance.

DisplayMate and Forbes have praised Samsung’s latest QLED TVs pointing out their capabilities to reproduce accurate colors, higher brightness, and power efficiency. Forbes has reportedly praised Samsung’s TVs for providing better resolution, higher dynamic range, and for not facing burn-ins, something that is noticeable in OLED TVs if a static image is displayed for a longer period.

All displays from TVs to Smartphones deliver their best picture quality and their most accurate colors in the dark. But almost no one watches their TV or any other display in complete darkness.┬áThe Samsung 65Q9 QLED TV delivers the best TV display performance in real-world ambient light viewing conditions, which includes all other existing LCD and OLED technologies,” DisplayMate pointed out.

Samsung’s high-end QLED TVs offer 4K resolution, extremely high peak brightness of 1500 nits or more, an intuitive user interface, a huge collection of video streaming apps, One Remote Control, an invisible cable connection that carries power as well as video and audio signals, and sleek designs. The company recently announced that its QLED TVs became official XBox One X partner TVs for an improved gaming experience.

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fepecy
fepecy

Aside the fact that QLED is relatively new, it’s extremely technical to make QLED TVs as it requires some sort of radioactive material. Samsung has found a way around it and obviously patented the process. Making QLED TVs isn’t as straightforward as OLED. It’s a curse and a blessing scenario for Sammy until it gets the necessary acceptance by industry people.

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o0MHJ0o

The best thing about Bixby right now is being able to switch on and off my TV using Bixby Voice. It struggles a bit when you try to do it frequently; its odd. but turning on when I get back from work and turning off at the end of the day is great!

maccyb
maccyb

No other brands using Samsungs QLED, is a good thing for Samsung, not a bad thing. It means nobody else has the technology. Logic is sadly lacking here.

hungpakto
hungpakto

The QLED by Samsung in 2017 isn’t the real QLED, not the self emitting QLED TV. It’s still a LCD TV! Sony is the one to use this QD-LCD technology, by adding the Quantum dots into the LED backlight, called Sony Triluminos since 2013.