Samsung presented at the CES his lineup of smart TVs Neo QLED, Micro LED and Quantum Dot OLED, which will hit the market in 2023. The South Korean manufacturer highlighted that among the novelties that reach its Smart TVs is better integration with the SmartThings smart home platform.
All of Samsung’s new displays will come with an embedded chip module that improves the experience between connected devices, enabling automatic synchronization and easier control not only between Samsung devices, but also with IoT (Internet of Things) devices. Third parties compatible with the Matter and Zigbee standard.
This integration with SmartThings will also allow access to new features like a live group chat, easier video calls between the TV and other devices, and includes a 3D map that gives users a panoramic view of their home with all the devices they can control and monitor.
The Neo QLEDs return with automatic HDR
Samsung announced that the line of televisions Neo QLED is renewed with a high-resolution panel from 4K to 8Kwhich promises clear and bright images.
But the big news is the proprietary algorithm that drives Auto HDR Remastering technologywhich basically employs Artificial Intelligence (AI) Deep Learning to analyze and apply HDR effects in real time to SDR content scene by scene.
The picture quality of Neo QLED TVs is made possible by Samsung’s advanced Neural Quantum processor that scales the image to 14-bit using AI and makes it easy to control light and depth to produce a realistic three-dimensional image.
Micro LED and Quantum OLED accommodate more sizes
The new screen models of the line Micro LED 2023 arrive in sizes from 50 to 140 inches. Its design is modular and without frames, therefore, it is completely customizable to adapt to the configuration desired by the consumer.
while the screens This year’s Quantum OLEDs are now available in 55, 65, and an ultra-large 77-inch model. These TVs also feature Neural Quantum processors that refine picture brightness and color.
The Samsung television catalog is also optimized for better Experience of gaming with a refresh rate of 144 Hz and AMD FreeSync Premium Pro certification. Too include the Samsung Gaming Hub app which is updated in 2023 with new features like a mini game map and Virtual Aim Point, designed for shooter first person (FPS).
Likewise, Samsung announced that this year will launch a new version of its ultra-short throw laser projector The Premiere, which will now have a resolution greater than 8K and a maximum size of 150 inches.
While the portable projector Freestyle gets a makeover with Smart Edge Blending functionality, that allows you to use two devices to view content with a 21:9 aspect ratio. It will also be compatible to play in the Cloud with Samsung Gaming Hub.
More sustainable and accessible Smart TVs for all
A highlight of these new television screens is that they will be the first on the market to comply with the new European regulations on energy efficiency which will enter into force in March 2023. The Energy Efficiency Index (IEE) establishes new labels where the consumer is informed how much energy an electronic product uses.
Samsung also highlighted other sustainable goals As for the 2023 lineup, Samsung will replace 20 percent of the parts used in the Solar Cell Remote Control with recycled plastic and will also replace 12 percent of the power board parts with recycled copper and aluminum cans.
To make your televisions more accessible to the visually impaired, Samsung developed the Light Mode that will come to the Neo QLED line. This technology brings out contours, improves contrast and color to make content clearer.