Samsung has announced the company’s new TV lineup, which features Micro LED and Neo QLED panels with up to 8K resolution. For the company, this year is about integrating smart devices into their TV lines and providing a better user experience with pre-install features to enhance the viewing experience and allow better control of IoT devices around the home.
Samsung unveils new NEO LED, Micro LED and OLED TVs for 2023 with up to 8K picture quality and Smart EDGE technology
The company plans to take its wide range of devices and leverage “multi-device integration” with the help of its SmartThings smart home platform. Samsung also unveiled brand new gaming monitors as part of its Neo Odyssey lineup, which can be seen here.
In 2023, we’re pushing the boundaries of innovation to offer consumers more than just premium picture quality, but a comprehensive, premium device experience tailored to what they need and want from their connected home. With SmartThings, our advanced technology is seamless and intuitive, making life more sustainable, accessible and fun every day.
Cheolgi Kim, Executive Vice President, Visual Display Business, Samsung Electronics
The Neo QLED 4K and 8K TVs are premium TVs featuring Samsung’s Neural Quantum Processor, which supports 14-bit processing and AI upscaling. Samsung’s Real Depth Enhancer Pro and Adaptive Light Control bring images to life in vibrant 3D. Using the power of artificial intelligence, the system in the company’s Neo QLED TV can analyze and apply HDR effects to SDR content in real time, upscaling the SDR content and immersing the viewer more in the scene.
The SmartThings dongle has been removed and integrated into TVs, automatically connecting to Thread and Zigbee devices for seamless integration. The company hopes that consumers will chat in group settings across their devices in real time while watching the same content, allow users to make video calls on a larger screen via the new Neo QLED, and provide a “bird’s eye” 3D display “environment for the user so they can see their device And control it smoothly and without frustration.
Samsung’s new MICRO LED series for 2023 comes in several different model sizes, from 50 to 140 inches, providing many options for users to get the best experience and picture quality. The bezels are removed from the screen, allowing for a borderless experience. The company’s OLED lineup now features three new sizes, spanning from 55 to 77 inches, and featuring Quantum Dot technology.
Some of the features from Neo QLED TVs can also be found in the company’s new OLED lineup, including Quantum Dot technology and neural quantum processors to improve brightness and super accurate color images. All Samsung OLED TVs start with a refresh rate of 144Hz and will include Samsung’s Game Center. AMD’s FreeSync Premium Pro certification for superior gaming experiences has been added to its 2023 OLED TV series. Finally, Samsung has added “Samsung TV Plus,” an ad-supported viewing service including video-on-demand that will be able to offer more than 1,800 channels in Worldwide, including fifty owned and operated channels. The service is completely free and pre-installed on all Smart TVs.
Samsung Gaming Hub is also pre-installed on all Samsung Smart TVs with partner subscription services such as Amazon Luna, NVIDIA GeForce NOW, Utomik and Xbox. The company assures users that storage limits will be limitless on all new Smart TVs, as everything will be stored via the cloud. And Samsung’s newly announced QD-OLED displays are brighter while consuming 25% less power.
News source: Samsung Electronics