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Mark Peters : April 15th 2017 - 12:40 CET

Samsung Smart TVs on display at 2017 QLED Forum

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Samsung2017 QLED Smart TV series on display at international forum : At the 2017 International QLED forum in Beijing Yanqi Lake Convention and Exhibition Center, Samsung Electronics explained the new possibilities of their latest QLED TVs. The event featured an exhibition hall, which included exhibits on QLED TV, Quantum dot light emission, Quantum dot film, the technology’s biomedical applications, and other ways Quantum dots can be used in everyday life. Samsung showcased its QLED Q7 and Q8 TVs, which offer the world's best image quality. Samsung’s QLED Smart TVs are the only displays capable of producing 100 percent color volume, which means that colors can be expressed accurately regardless of differing levels of brightness.
Samsung QLED Smart TVs

Samsung QLED Smart TVs
The human eye needs light and detail. So the brighter your TV, the more color and detail you are able to see. The 2017 QLED Smart TV delivers significantly brighter image quality than any other Smart TV on the market yet.

High Dynamic Range (HDR) measures how bright and dark a Smart TV can get. Samsung QLED TVs automatically senses HDR content and optimizes the TV signal to achieve the best TV quality into your living room.

A Quantum Dot is 40x smaller than an atom and turns light into perfect color. The smallest are blue, medium ones green and the largest are red. Together, they produce more than a billion colors on your Smart TV display.

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Quantum dots produces best TV images
Because Quantum dots use inorganic materials, QLED displays can provide the best TV quality without problems that leave marks on the screen, such as burn-in, or affect the lifespan of the product. It is the most suitable material for making Smart TV displays.

Quantum dots are the best lighting material that mankind has ever found on our planet. The pure color representations and other features of Quantum dots are characteristics that other display technologies would have difficulties to take over. 2017 is going to be the year of global TV manufacturers working together to promote the QLED Smart TV market.


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