It will not be CES without a new round Samsung TV, And the 2022 models promise to share their quality upgrades – also a few new benefits. To begin with, the mainstream Neo QLED set now includes keys Samsung The first says 4K and 8K sets with 144Hz input instead of the usual 120Hz. Extra liquidity won’t be immediately effective when even the fastest PCs compete with high-speed 4K and 8K content, but you don’t have to worry about your premium TV becoming obsolete anytime soon.
TVs promise to improve image quality regardless of source. All 8K and 4K Neo QLED sets have jumped from 12-bit backlight to 14-bit, providing more accurate brightness. They also boast a new shape adaptive light control feature that theoretically improves the quality of the mini-LED set, and an AI-powered object depth enhancer can help distinguish the main subject of an image from its background.
Software plays an important role. All 2022 Samsung TVs have a new home screen that supports overall streaming content and offers an ambient display while idle. A gaming hub can launch console- and cloud-based games directly, while a new game bar helps you customize relevant image settings. See a together Shareplay-Style mode that lets you talk to distant friends while watching broadcasts and streaming shows And since it’s 2022, you can even shop and display NFT.
Other set upgrades have their own share. Samsung’s Micro LED line (Shown in the middle) Now bezel-free, so your huge luxury TV should blend more seamlessly with your decor. They also tout a 10 percent larger color range, and you can buy a ‘smaller’ 89-inch pre-configured set if the 99- and 110-inch variants don’t fit perfectly. And if the bezels are exactly what you want, the 2022 frame (below) sets now have more canvas-like matte displays and a new Art Store interface.
As is often the case, Samsung has not provided a range of availability and pricing as of this writing. The frame will be available in sizes 32 and 85 inches, though, and you can guess both the 8K screen and micro LED models will carry a hefty premium. It remains to be seen whether they will compete well against rival models From LG, Sony and other brands. That being said, it’s clear that Samsung is still in no hurry to embrace OLED TVs and tackle its best-known challengers.
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