“Samsung Electronics today unveiled its newest MICRO LED, Neo QLED and Lifestyle TVs ahead of Consumer Electronics Show 2022. With advancements in picture and sound quality, more screen size options, customizable accessories and an upgraded interface, the 2022 screens bring the vision of ‘Screens Everywhere, Screens for All’ closer to reality with life-like images, immersive sound and hyper-personalized experiences.” Starts Samsung’s Announcement.
“The TVs promise image quality improvements regardless of the source. All the 8K and 4K Neo QLED sets have jumped from a 12-bit backlight to 14-bit, providing more accurate brightness. They also boast a new Shape Adaptive Light Control feature that theoretically improves the mini-LED sets’ quality, and an AI-driven Object Depth Enhancer can help distinguish a picture’s main subject from its background.” explains Engadget
The verge reports “It’s not clear whether Samsung’s TVs will offer the best picture and audio quality for cloud gaming quite yet, as the company was unable to say whether either GeForce Now or Google Stadia would offer 4K streaming. “We are working with partners to bring their best levels of service to our platform,” reads part of a statement from Samsung gaming product director Mike Lucero to The Verge. “We will be announcing details as we get closer to launch.'”
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