Samsung Electronics announced earlier this week that it will be launching 21 models of its new Neo QLED TVs series, which is three more than LG Electronics’ 18 OLED TV models that it plans on launching.
For those unaware, the Neo QLED TVs arrive with liquid crystal panels that use MiniLEDs as their backlighting. The new model of televisions arrives as an upgrade from the South Korean tech giant’s existing QLED TV lineup, as per TheElec report.
The company made the announcement at its online Unbox & Discover event, in which it said that it applied quantum matrix technology and quantum processors on its Neo QLED TVs. Notably, the new models are offer luminance control in 12 bit and 4,096 steps, which allows for high contrast ratio and detailed blacks.
Furthermore, the TV also has 16 neural engines that allow it to optimize 4K and 8K resolutions. Out of the 21 new launches, 8 will support 8K and will arrive in three series and in four different sizes, including 85, 75, 65, and 55 inch variants.
Although, the company will only launch four 8K TVs in its home market, South Korea, along with 9 4K TVs. Samsung also added that the Neo QLED TVs will also feature better gaming performance and improved smart features as well, paired with an artificial intelligence based sound system.
The company also showcased its Micro LED TVs during the online event, which used micrometer sized LEDs that emit light on their own. Similarly, the event also showcased LifeStyle TV series, The Frame, The Serif, The Sero, The Premiere, and The Terrace. For gaming, the 2021 iteration of the Odyssey G9 gaming monitor was also announced, which features MiniLED technology and 240Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time.
Originally published at Gizmo china