In an official announcement, Samsung announced that its 2023 Neo QLED and QLED models have bagged the ‘Low Vision Care' certification from TUV Rheinland. This certification confirms that the Samsung Neo QLED and other QLED models adhere to the standards to assist viewers affected by Amblyopia, “a type of visual impairment where the brain rejects the signals coming from one eye, meaning it develops pathways to the other eye.”
Samsung Neo QLED and other 2023 QLED models allow users affected by Amblyopia to view content by enhancing image presentation and improving vision detection. Seok Woo Yong, EVP and Deputy Head of the Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics, said, “Under Samsung’s mission of ‘Screens Everywhere, Screens for All,’ we will continue to deliver premium screens that cater to the needs of every viewer.”
Furthermore, to assist users with low vision, Samsung developed Relumino Mode. This mode enhances specific parts of a video, such as highlighting the outlines and improving contrast and sharpness, making it easier to follow the content on screen. In addition to Samsung QLED's bagging the TUV Rheinland's ‘Low Vision Care' certification, Samsung screens are also ‘Circadian Rhythm Display' and ‘Eye Care' certified from Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker (VDE). They have also picked Glare-Free certification from Underwriters Laboratories (UL) for offering a comfortable viewing experience.
All these growing accolades are examples of how Samsung is positively influencing consumer experiences and making screens for all, and that is what has kept Samsung at the top spot in the global TV market for the last 17 years.