Today, the company debuts its new Samsung TVs with Neo QLED and microLED technology. It is a commitment to producing more sustainable products.
Samsung presented its Neo QLED screens for its 8K and 4K televisions, according to the company the QLED technology allows the dark parts of the screen to look darker and the bright parts to look brighter for a better experience.
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Meet Samsung TVs with microLED and Neo QLED technology
In addition, they presented more features for Smart TVs. For example, Smart Trainer, which analyzes the user’s needs in real-time to suggest a routine and it alsı shares feedback and exercises data. This is synchronized with the Samsung Health application. They will also have ‘Super Ultrawide GameView’ for the possibility of playing in 32:9 aspect, the settings can be viewed and changed in Game Bar according to the taste of the player.
The TV will also allow making video calls through Google Duo and allows to connect a camera through the USB port; finally, they presented the ‘PC to TV’ feature, which allows to connect a computer through the Samsung account and work on the screen with a keyboard and mouse.
As for the microLED technology, which will be available from 110″ and 99″, will improve the color filters and eliminate the backlighting because each led light, besides having a micro size, is controlled individually.
Samsung TVs will now be part of a long-term sustainability program
Samsung announced several features that will make each product much more sustainable, with its project called ‘Going Green’, the company’s televisions will now be part of a long-term sustainability program from manufacturing to home use by users.
Sustainable packaging design that will seek to recycle and reuse more than 200,000 tons of corrugated cardboard per year. Likewise, it will reduce the amount of ink used to avoid creating waste.
The remote controls will have solar cells that will be recharged even with artificial light and through a USB cable to reduce the use of batteries and with this, it is expected to avoid the disposal of more than 99 million AAA batteries in the next seven years. Finally, they will be made from 24% recycled bottles.
In terms of making its devices more accessible to people with disabilities, Samsung will use artificial intelligence. Among the new features to make this possible we can count on ‘Caption Moving’, which allows captions to be moved around the screen; ‘Sign Language Zoom’ and ‘Multi-output Audio’. In 2022, the company expects to introduce a more extensive version of its voice guides and other improvements.
With these announcements, Samsung begins a week of technology announcements we will see at CES, the world’s largest and most important technology trade show, which this year will be held digitally.