We take a look at Samsung's new 8K QLED TVs, in particular, the design and picture quality choices which the company believes help set its, um, sets apart.
We always knew this day would come. The skies aflame, the raiders bursting through the barricades. We tried our best to stop them but Samsung’s releasing another Galaxy Note. And the official day has been set, for 7 August this year. Just as the prophecies foretold. If you count several leakers as prophets, that is. Word on the street has long had Samsung’s next Unpacked event taking p...[Read More]
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QLED TVs use quantum dots to enhance performance, delivering better brightness and a wider colour spectrum. That’s because the dots act like a filter when applied on top of an LED backlight. This produces a light purer than an LED can provide.
Samsung South African's product manager for visual displays, Nivash Ramsern, talks to Stuff's editor Craig Wilson about the company's latest 8K QLED TVs.
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