Samsung at CES 2019 is bringing in more than its enormous Micro LED panels in the TV range. The company has likewise showcased its brand-new 8K QLED TVs that will be pertaining to the marketplace this year. Panels from Samsung’s Q900 series are being showcased on the CES show flooring– among which is a substantial 98-inch panel that seems to do justice to the significant bump in native resolution, in addition to the relatively affordable and realistically accommodating 65, 75, 82 and 85-inch TVs.
As we mentioned, Samsung will be bringing these panels to the marketplace this year, in spite of the apparent absence of 8K material in any type of traditional media. The Q900 variety, however utilizes a Quantum Processor 8K chip that utilises expert system to high end regular content to ‘near beautiful’ 8K resolution. Though we might think that might hold true with native 4K media, we would not anticipate comparable outcomes with anything lower.
The new TVs will also feature the formerly revealed Google Assistant and Alexa support, in addition to content playback from Apple’s iTunes service, as reported earlier.
No prices has been revealed so far, however thinking about that the Q900 series of QLED TVs are basically Samsung’s flagship series of customer panels, and 8K TVs are on their first generation in the market this year, don’t expect this to be inexpensive. As with 4K TVs, the prices can be expected to get more affordable once the technology goes mainstream.
In TVs, Samsung is also showcasing a 219-inch modular Micro LED screen on the CES program flooring.For the latest tech news follow EPICdigest on Instagram, Facebook, or Apple News.