Samsung unveiled its own line of 4K and 8K TVs for 2020
Recently, the tech-giant Samsung has unveiled its top of the line 4K and 8K TVs for 2020. All of these smart TVs have “infinity screens” that grasped all the attention back at CES with bezels that are barely present. Samsung has stated that the bezels seem to disappear when the screen is viewed from the average distance of 10 to 15 feet.
These smart TVs start at 43 inches and can go up to 85 inches in both 4K and 8K options. The new display includes an amazing 99% screen-to-body ratio of 33 million pixels thanks to the UHD panel. The panel comes with Samsung’s new Quantum Dot 8 AI processor and a wide range of color gamut color rendering technology.
Samsung launches new 8K QLED TV with virtually nine bezels
Also, the display has a variable refresh rate (this is Samsung’s Real Game Enhancer Plus as a label) and an adaptive image that automatically adjusts the display settings based on room lighting. This feature is the power of Samsung’s artificial neural network, which has a deep learning algorithm.
This time the company is very focused on audio quality. The TVs are equipped with two speakers on each side, which are further divided into six sub-speaker audio systems.
These speakers feature Object Tracking Sound (OTS +) that switches between up and down firing speakers to create a deeper 3D audio experience. Speakers also have an active voice amplifier that increases the volume of the conversation when you have to make sure you don’t lose anything.
Another interesting feature is that when the TV is turned off, it blends into the wall behind it and can be turned back on when needed. It also has a multi-view mode so users can enjoy Netflix or YouTube while browsing social media or playing a game at the same time. The 8K QLED TVs start at $3500 and ranges up to a staggering $7000 while the 4K variants start at $1000 and go up to $4000.