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Samsung presented a new set of televisions distinguishing the Neo QLED range, which is supported by a combination of lighting and image processing for an experience that is believed to be superior to the current models of the South Korean company.
The lighting makes use of mini LED technology, which is able to focus light on smaller areas of the screen which contributes to a better image contrast than is normal on QLED TVs.
As for the imaging process, these Samsung televisions will have a processor called Neo Quantum Processar, which uses 16 neural network models trained to improve the image to the native resolution of the television.
In addition to the technology present in the interior, these televisions will be accompanied by controls capable of operating using solar energy or, if users so wish, via USB cable. In fact, it looks like all Samsung TVs for 2021 will use these commands.
These Neo QLED televisions are the QN900A (8K) and QN90A (4K) and should be the focus of more attention at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) that takes place between 11 and 14 January.