Samsung’s 98-inch QLED 8K TV debuts at CES


At CES 2019, Samsung exhibited a range of innovative products covering entertainment, home, work, Internet driving, equipment solutions, and robotics platforms. Among them, in the entertainment field, its 98-inch QLED 8K TV, 75-inch and 216-inch Micro LED TVs have attracted widespread attention.

The recently exhibited TV is the largest QLED 8K TV to date. Although Samsung has exhibited 8K TVs during the IFA last September and quickly brought them to market, they cover 65-inch, 75-inch, 82-inch, and 85-inch. However, Samsung’s largest 98-inch QLED 8K TV fully demonstrating Samsung’s technical strength in the 8K display field.

Nowadays, more and more TV manufacturers are adopting chip technology to improve image quality. Samsung QLED 8K TV is no exception. This TV uses an 8K quantum processing chip to fully release the potential of quantum dot display technology. At the same time, it is based on the patented technology of artificial intelligence, which can recognize the playback content, optimize the image quality, and enhance the content of 4K or lower resolution.

At last year’s CES, Samsung exhibited a 146-inch “The Wall” Micro LED TV. Samsung made this wall bigger this year, and the 219-inch screen size is more in line with its “The Wall” title. In addition, Samsung also exhibited a 75-inch Micro LED TV, which shows that Samsung has high hopes for Micro LED display technology.

Micro LED is a self-luminous display technology. The data shows that “Micro LED is miniaturized for LED arrays and is reduced to a length of only 100μm, which is 1% of the original LED. Each Micro LED can be regarded as one pixel (Pixel). The individual drive lights up, and when the whole module becomes smaller, the brightness, image quality, and reaction speed can be improved.”

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