Samsung’s QLED TVs fitted with Quantum colour technology

Samsung’s QLED TVs on display at the launch, Parkmore- Sandton.

Celebrated for being innovative, especially in the gadget field, Samsung took the market by storm following the launch of its new flagship QLED TVs.

It comprise ranges such as 4K smart TVs across four different series, each of which has a different set of features for the family and entertainment in your living room.

“We’ve categorically solved the conundrum of where to put the TV. On average, TVs are turned on for only five hours a day, yet they occupy a large space on the wall in the living or TV room. This means TVs hang on the wall just as a black screen for more than 19 hours every day. That’s no longer a problem – Ambient Mode allows you to literally make the TV disappear when it’s not in use,” says Justine Hume, Samsung Chief Marketing Officer.

The new Q9 range boasts the line-up’s most impressive features, including HDR10+ support, full-array backlighting, and automatic game mode.

The Q8 series sports an anti-glare screen, HDR10+, and Samsung’s Quantum colour technology.

With over a billion colours, coupled with backlighting, the image on screen is larger and clearer than life. The QLED runs an anti-blooming algorithm, which identifies bright areas and dims their boundaries to avoid halo effects, making the picture exceptionally crisp and vivid.

He continued:” Of course, the invisible cabling ensures your TV connections aren’t intrusive on your interior style. We have integrated power and data supply in one cable – this is revolutionary. The additional length – up to 20 metres, lets you have a lot of fun with putting the TV in places unique to your particular lifestyle.”

The sets will range from R22, 000-R24, 000 for 55-inch models, to above R100, 000 for the premium devices.

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