- Samsung unveils new range ahead of CES 2023
- It includes Neo QLED, MICRO LED, and OLED TVs
- The new TVs will be showcased at the forthcoming CES 2023
Ahead of the CES 2023, Samsung is releasing lots of new devices that the company will showcase at the event in Las Vegas. Recently the South Korean conglomerate unveiled a new Odyssey, ViewFinity, smart monitors, a Bespoke lineup for a connected and customized kitchen experience, and the Bespoke Infinite Line Refrigerator. Today the company has introduced its new range of Neo QLED, MICRO LED and OLED TVs.
Samsung Neo QLED TV
The new range of Neo QLED TVs uses Samsung‘s advanced Neural Quantum Processor technology that allows for 14-bit processing and AI upscaling. It also gives features like Shape Adaptive Light control and Real Depth Enhancer Pro for a 3D picture effect.
The TVs also include a new Auto HDR Remastering technology that uses artificial intelligence to assess and apply real-time HDR enhancements to SDR video on a scene-by-scene basis. Moreover, Samsung is introducing Matter support on these TVs, allowing any Matter-enabled smart home equipment to interact smoothly with this Samsung TV.
Samsung MICRO LED TV
The 2023 MICRO LED lineup includes new models ranging in size from 50 to 140 inches, giving consumers a wide range of options for unrivalled picture quality and screen experience. Thanks to its modular design, MICRO LED is not limited by shape, ratio, or size, making it configurable to meet a consumer’s chosen setup. Furthermore, it has no bezels, so the screen and real-world transition are seamless regardless of setup.
Samsung OLED TV
Samsung’s 2023 OLED lineup is now available in 55-, 65-, and 77-inch sizes. Samsung’s latest OLED portfolio includes Quantum Dot technology, which was created for Samsung’s Neo QLEDs and Neural Quantum Processors to retain the key qualities of OLED technology while concurrently improving limits in its brightness and colour representation.
The new series includes a 144Hz refresh rate and all of Samsung’s smart features, including the Samsung Gaming Hub. Samsung OLEDs are certified by AMD’s FreeSync Premium Pro for the greatest OLED gaming experience for the first time on an OLED TV.
Lastly, the Samsung TV Plus is available on all its Smart TVs. The company’s free ad-supported TV (FAST) and video-on-demand service deliver over 1,800 channels internationally. It is free and does not require downloads, subscriptions, or additional devices.