Samsung Electronics has finally unveiled its QLED 8K TV at CES 2020 and as per the earlier heard the new QLED 8K TV comes in packed with amazing innovative features like Tap View, Digital Butler, and Samsung Health.
The first notable feature is the new design that offers a screen-to-body ratio of nearly 99 percent which the company claims to be the largest in the industry and when users watch it from ten or fifteen feet away they will experience Infinity Screen effect where the bezels seem to disappear.
Samsung’s 2020 QLED 8K TV lineup offers native 8K content and consumers will be able to enjoy and stream AV1 codec videos filmed in 8K. Samsung’s next-generation Quantum Processor 8K features advanced AI upscaling capabilities that use machine learning to examine and recognize the characteristics of individual pixels. It then reconstructs different elements of the image to create a natural 8K picture, despite the content source.
Adaptive Picture helps in the distribution of light within the particular scene, ensuring that the TV can maintain a clear picture in bright rooms while still maintaining contrast.
The Q950 delivers a crisp and clear 5.1 channel surround-sound with the speakers on every side of the display and sub-woofers in the back and the company’s Object Tracking Sound+ that is an AI-based software works to match the movement of audio sound with the movement of objects on the screen.
The new TV lineup offers Samsung Health that helps you to keep track of your health also the company is offering free access to exclusive content from leading partners, including Calm, FitPlan, Jillian Michaels, Echelon, Obe Fitness, and Barre 3 and more.
Multi-View offers consumers to experience the screen of the mobile device onto the TV alongside a separate window for their TV content with 14 different layouts, users can customize their viewing experience, from side-by-side viewing to picture-in-picture viewing along with several other options.
Tap View empowers consumers to mirror their phone screens to the TV just by touching the two devices together. And with Digital Butler, the consumer can control more devices than ever before by using infrared technology to detect and control non-IoT devices within the home.