LAS VEGAS — Shifting focus from curved, bendable and even giant 8K TVs, Samsung has turned its attention to dots — quantum dots, to be precise.
Its new line of QLED TVs, unveiled Tuesday at CES in Las Vegas, use quantum dot material (nano-particle-sized silicon) to create brighter screens — up to 2,000 nits — with what Samsung calls “perfect color,” better contrast and improved viewing angles.
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Samsung also claims that the quantum dot technology makes TVs more energy-efficient and durable.
“With the advent of QLED TV, we provide the most true-to-life picture on screen,” said HyunSuk Kim, president of the visual display business at Samsung Electronics, in a press release on the new QLED sets. Read more…