July 7, 2022

South Korean tech giant, Samsung Electronics Co. made an announcement on Monday that this week it will unveil its 2022 TV lineup at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

The lineup includes – Micro LED and Neo QLED TVs in various sizes. It will come with advanced features that are aimed at improving life at home amid the pandemic.

Samsung’s upcoming product reveal –

• For the first time, the company will unveil the 110-inch Micro LED TV model that comes with better resolution and two new sizes of it, 101 inch- and 89-inch models.
• As singular pixels and provide better brightness and higher clarity, the new Micro LED TVs uses micrometer-sized self-illuminating LED chips.
• The TVs comes with optimal high-dynamic range (HDR) that offers better clarity in shadows and expanded color ranges enabling images that are more true to life.
• It will support Art Mode and Multi View Mode, serving as a digital canvas and offering four different screens simultaneously, respectively.
• Samsung’s Neo QLED TV has also significantly improved its features in terms of color resolution and sound system.
• The TV would be using technologies such as Real Depth Enhancer. It helps in analyzing regions of each image and automatically adjusting the contrast for a greater sense of depth.
• The Neo QLED TV uses Quantum Mini LEDs that reveals accurate and sophisticated image detailing. It does so while keeping precise backlight control and delivers immersive viewing experiences.
• The new TVs also come with smarter “Smart Hub,” the intelligent menu system that analyzes users’ choices and automatically recommends content from streaming services.
• Some of the company’s high-end TV models are being fitted with the Internet of Things technologies, thus making it easier to directly control connected devices at home.
• Samsung’s Micro LED, Neo QLED and Lifestyle TVs to tap into the growing popularity of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have the feature to allow users to trade NFTs through the built-in NFT platform from the comfort of home.
• Lastly, the company’s Lifestyle TV series – The Serif, The Sero and The Frame, have also been upgraded with advanced matte display technologies to reduce blue light and relieve eye fatigue, for a comfortable viewing experience.