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Neo QLED promises better contrast and less blooming
Samsung today announced its premium products for 8K and 4K HDR TVs in 2021. Like the previous TCL and LG, the company is migrating to a more precise backlight system that uses Mini LED technology to improve contrast and higher picture quality compared to previous full-array local dimming systems-Samsung’s premium QLED LCD TVs are already impressive.
The latest Mini LED advancement is dubbed the "Neo QLED" trademark and will be found in multiple levels of the 2021 product lineup. There are two 8K models: QN900A (the successor to last year's top 8K QLED, with almost no bezel) and QN800A. From there, three series of 4K TVs will get Mini LEDs: QN95A, QN90A and QN85A.
(Note: All the photos in this story were taken by Samsung at a private briefing held in New York City. Strict social evacuation and hygiene precautions are in place, and everyone at the scene is wearing a mask.)
Samsung said that the LED size in these TVs is 40 times smaller than the LED size of traditional full-array backlighting devices. In traditional full-array backlighting, you will see dozens of “regions”, which will vary according to the screen The situation gets darker. Installing more LEDs into a smaller space can produce more accurate backlighting, which will greatly reduce flooding. This is why sometimes you will see a halo effect around bright objects on the dark background of the LCD TV. When light leaks to another dimming area.
LG has put some numbers for the upcoming LCD TVs with Mini LEDs ("up to 30,000 micro LEDs" and "up to 2500 dimming zones"), while Samsung does not know the exact number of LEDs and dimming zones So satisfied. Similar to previous years, these TVs retain the expanded color range of quantum dots; after all, this is what the Q in QLED means.
Samsung's 2021 QLED TV is also designed to simplify life for gamers who have recently purchased Xbox Series X/S or PlayStation 5. There is a new "Game Bar" which provides quick access to refresh rate, aspect ratio and other settings. All
It supports the features you want-4K at 120Hz, variable refresh rate, automatic low-latency mode and eARC-although you will give up some features at the bottom of the list. Samsung has also brought the 21:9 and 32:9 ultra-wide ratios of its gaming monitors to the TV screen, so you can have a more complete picture of what is happening.
As for sound quality, Samsung is building more speaker drivers for 2021 TVs to achieve its so-called object tracking sound. The TV will analyze the scene and try to make it look like the sound comes directly from the source on the screen and moves with it. A new "SpaceFit Sound" feature can use the built-in microphone on these TVs to analyze the sound of the room and automatically apply the best audio settings. (Yes, this microphone can also be used for Google Assistant or Alexa-if you don't want to turn it on, you can disable it.)
Samsung also pays more attention to the Samsung Health software on the big screen. These latest TVs can be paired with cameras to implement a new "smart coach" feature that can track you through interactive fitness classes. This is what Samsung said above:
Smart Trainer displays an AI trainer on the left screen and an image of yourself on the right screen, allowing you to check your posture, count the number of repetitions and receive feedback about your performance in real time-as if you were in a face-to-face exercise class . The AI coach even remembers how to exercise from exercise type to intensity. Finally, you will get feedback on calories burned and other indicators, so you can track your fitness process. With the new automatic synchronization feature linked to selected Samsung Smart TVs, Galaxy phones and Galaxy watches, you can select exercises on your phone and project them to the TV, while the watch can automatically track progress-no need to touch a button.
Obviously, Samsung is trying to compete with Apple Fitness Plus, Peloton and other services.
The price of all new TVs will be announced when delivery starts within a few months, but it should be comparable to the current 2019 series TVs in Samsung stores.
The only "lifestyle" TV Samsung updated for CES is The Frame. Samsung has reduced the thickness; it is now 24.9 mm thick, which the company claims "reflects the depth of traditional photo frames." The 43-inch model can now be rotated to portrait, and Samsung said that customers who subscribe to its Art Store (which can configure Frame to display artwork when idle) will now receive better AI support suggestions.
Samsung also stated: “From slim, neutral and minimalism to large, gorgeous and bold bezel options are more than ever before.” The company said that in some cases, the bezels of the frames can be interchanged, “You You can literally frame the framework". As for the TV itself, you will get the same QLED 4K HDR picture as before.
Last month, Samsung announced that it would
This product was previously available in the company's modular (dirty products only) display (called The Wall). Now, the company says that 99-inch and 88-inch models will be added to 110-inch models, which will bring MicroLED into the "traditional TV size" for the first time.
No professional installation is required, you just need to take them out of the box and install them like other TVs. In addition to the OLED-like advantages of MicroLED (each pixel has a self-luminous LED and no backlight is required), Samsung also said that its Multi View function allows you to watch four content sources simultaneously on any set of devices.
The fact is that all these TVs will still be expensive for a long time. Therefore, Neo QLED TV is the focus of most consumers in 2021.
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The wall is back, but Samsung’s modularity
The situation for TV lines in 2021 is different. In a series of announcements before this
Samsung has introduced a new MicroLED kit that can be wall mounted without professional installation-and hopes to take full advantage of its modular design.
This MicroLED TV has three sizes of 110 inches, 99 inches and 88 inches, with a screen-to-body ratio of 99.99%, which means that the frame is almost non-existent.
In addition to this full-screen design, buyers can also take advantage of the modular design of Samsung MicroLED technology to divide each model into up to four different screens through the new multi-view function. If you want to open multiple channels at the same time, for example, you want to track multiple news broadcasts, get game comments while the game is going on on another channel, or just bring some chaos to your life, you can choose. You can even adjust the volume of each part.
If it is 110 inches in size, it means that your screen is divided into four parts
The screens were reduced to four 49.5-inch or 44-inch screens for 99-inch and 88-inch sizes respectively. However, you can only select two or three screen parts.
We assume that if you need to pay close attention to the front door, it will be compatible with the feed of the smart security camera, and we can see a use case where the viewer can jump to another channel when the mid-stream advertisement is played elsewhere, but we have nothing Doubt, in the next few weeks, it will learn more about the capabilities of the device.
MicroLED is a TV panel technology that uses microscopic LEDs to achieve incredible brightness control and contrast-the resulting image can even be compared with
– And in the past few years has been quietly gaining momentum for development.
, There is no risk of residual image, and the panel structure is easier to expand to larger screen sizes (thus
This year may be the year when Samsung's MicroLED technology begins to enter the mainstream TV world. Although compared with the standard 55-inch or 65-inch size, the smallest 88-inch size is still huge, but like the 88-inch OLED TV we have seen in the past, it is still in the commercial TV field.
Before becoming a mainstream technology, MicroLED still faces many obstacles-mainly its high price (to be announced), and it is difficult to reduce its LED array to a smaller size while maintaining high resolution, such as
. This technology is also in its early stages, and it may take some time for this technology to reach market saturation or manufacturing complexity.
Cited "Immature technology, cost barriers and imperfect supply chain" as "three major obstacles to the large-scale commercialization of microLED displays."
These size choices and the ability of buyers to install kits on their own make MicroLED technology more attractive to everyday shoppers than ever before.
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Until we can get Sony's new screen technology in an affordable home TV
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It will be faltering, because all kinds of new display technologies suddenly appear to grab their high-contrast crowns. Sony is the second company to announce the launch of a new MicroLED screen at the 2021 International Consumer Electronics Show, which is called "Crystal LED".
The new Sony B-series and C-series Crystal LED displays are currently only used for professional use in modular form, but this does not mean that these MicroLED screens will be eliminated, because the technology is still likely to emerge among challengers. Our list
In the future.
After all, Samsung's MicroLED TV technology was very similar to the modular technology called The Wall at first, and now it has been applied to ordinary TVs of various sizes.
Sony’s B-series Crystal LED displays focus on brightness, and apparently touted an impressive 1,800 nits at their peak. Considering that most OLEDs currently have a peak wavelength of about 800 nits, this is a big advantage of Crystal LEDs compared to OLEDs, especially because MicroLEDs should provide the same deep black as OLEDs.
The good news is that Sony has worked hard to include options such as 120Hz playback, which means the future
These panels will prepare the best
The B series was created in collaboration with Sony Pictures Entertainment and is specially designed for virtual sets and studios. The anti-reflective coating means it is very suitable for settings such as digital background screens for Mandalorian, and there is no doubt that it will be used in more series in the future.
On the other hand, the contrast ratio of the C series is as high as 1,000,000:1, which can maximize contrast. Although both of these solutions are currently designed for corporate use, such as offices, car showrooms and studios, this does not mean that MicroLED technology will always be out of reach.
Theresa Alesso, President of Sony Electronics Professional Division, said: "As we continue to work hard to maintain close contact with customers and solve their problems, we have realized their most valued features and advantages in the direct viewing microLED display."
The next step is definitely to make this new Crystal LED technology work in more consumer environments. Although all of us don't have the money to convert walls into Crystal LED displays, MicroLED technology can be used for home TVs, but this is just an expensive job.
In addition to selecting the pixel pitch, the B series and C series screens are also equipped with Sony's new proprietary processor, and support 4K and HDR images. The X1 for the crystal LED processor uses the same technology as Sony’s Bravia series products to ensure the correct upgrade ratio and image integrity.
These modular units will be put into commercial use this summer and there is no price yet, but it is clear that it is only a matter of time before Sony’s new Crystal LED technology can be seen in small displays, including
. OLED has a few years left, but MicroLED is still developing.
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Sony Electronics showcased its latest innovations in advanced direct-view LED technology-modular microLED crystal LED C series with high contrast (ZRD-C12A-C15A) and high brightness B series (ZRD-B12A / B15A) . These two new displays will be available this summer, with two pixel pitch sizes (P1.26mm and P1.58mm) to suit different installation needs, and expand Sony’s Crystal LED product lineup, which can be used in company showrooms. Various applications such as halls and production. . Sony stated that they combine high image quality, installation flexibility and scalability, and a low total cost of ownership.
Both series are equipped with "X1 for Crystal LED" processor. It combines the LED control technology developed for Sony's Crystal LED and the signal processing technology used in Sony's BRAVIA TV series.
The new display provides enhanced content while maintaining high resolution ("Reality Creation"), smooth and artifact-free images, and no motion blur ("Motionflow"), and shows grayscale expression ("22bit Super Bit Mapping"). Highlights also include wide viewing angles and wide color gamut, as well as various input signals, including HDR, HFR (120fps) and 3D.
Sony said these displays are designed to be flexible, durable and easy to install. Each display is composed of modular, seamless and borderless tiles that can be scaled to fit various sizes, layouts and resolutions. Due to the light weight and streamlined design of the displays, they can be installed in various configurations, including wall-mounted or curved.
Theresa Alesso, President of Sony’s Professional Division, said: “For 60 years, Sony has been creating memorable images and fascinating experiences to inspire and inspire the curiosity of creators.” “With us Constantly striving to maintain close contact with customers and solve their challenges, we have realized their most valued functions and advantages in direct-view microLED displays. Easy installation, accessibility, flexibility and low total cost of ownership can be further Expansion of space expression-all of which have the excellent picture quality proven by the original Crystal LED.
The Crystal LED C series provides a contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1. The series has a deep black coating and is optimized for various applications, including use in corporate showrooms, lobbies and customer experience centers.
The Crystal LED B series can provide high brightness in bright environments while still displaying realistic images with a wide color gamut. The series has an anti-reflective coating with a matte surface, which is particularly suitable for creators, designers and production applications, including virtual scenes and studio backgrounds. The B series was developed in cooperation with Sony Pictures Entertainment to reflect the needs of content creators.
Due to lower power consumption and user-friendly frontal accessibility, the new display can reduce the total cost of ownership including maintenance after purchase. In addition, the Crystal LED C series and B series are fanless to achieve quiet operation, and have a 100-240V AC power supply, thus providing customers with higher availability.