New Samsung TVs for 2019
Let’s be honest, Samsung televisions are the top of the mountain for innovative technology, and this press conference showcased the future of the industry. Check out some of the latest advancements announced at CES 2019.
Q900 8K QLED TV
While the need for 8K TVs is still firmly in the future, Samsung prides itself on being (way) ahead of the pack, and the Q900 8K QLED TV is proof. The marvel of picture quality boasts some of the brightest colors, the clearest blacks, and pixel-less clarity that you’d expect from one of the tech leaders of the world.
While 8K content is far from the norm, the Samsung Q900 8K QLED TV is powered by artificial intelligent software that can adjust and improve non-8K content to be more crisp and clear. This is a necessary function for any 8K TV on the market, as 4K hasn’t even taken hold as the standard yet. Price and release date have yet to be announced.
75-inch MicroLED 4K TV
Customization wasn’t always something you considered when it came to buying TVs. But now, thanks to Samsung’s MicroLED TVs, deciding exactly how big you want your TV is a matter of preference. These spectacularly clear 75″ displays can be mixed and matched to create gigantic screens or unique configurations depending on what you need them for.
In addition to the stunning colors and blacks of the innovative technology, which Samsung hopes will rival OLED and LCD in the coming years, MicroLED also allows for significantly slimmer devices, with some as thin as 30mm on display at CES 2019. They can only reach 4K resolution currently, but with advancements arising this fast, 8K could be on the horizon.
The (Bigger) Wall
Last year, Samsung put their MicroLED technology to the test with The Wall, a 146-inch monster screen that took up an entire wall. Well, hopefully you’ve upgrade your wall situation, as 2019 is the year Samsung debuted their new wall, a 219-inch behemoth that dwarves pretty much any and every TV we’ve ever seen.
Made up of a few MicroLED displays, this bigger Wall is unimaginably large while maintaining the crisp picture resolution expected of Samsung devices. Sure, you’re going to have to buy a house big enough to fit it on one of your walls, but that’s another discussion for another day.