Samsung’s new TVs in CES 2023 Covers a range of categories, from MicroLED to OLED TV and projectors get major tech updates. While details on specific product lines and screen sizes are scarce right now, it’s clear that Samsung will continue to push 8K through 2023 while improving its core mini-LED-powered Neo QLED and lifestyle TV offerings.
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MicroLEDs are being positioned as a next-generation replacement for OLED TVs due to their self-emitting properties (tiny LEDs act as individual pixels in the display) and their excellent brightness and contrast potential. The problem with MicroLED so far is that the displays Samsung is bringing to market are very large and very expensive.
At CES, the company announced a “MicroLED CX” TV with a 76-inch screen size, along with smaller 63-inch and 50-inch models. These will join the company’s 89-, 101-, 114-. And 140-inch MicroLED TV products in 2023.we initially thought These tiny MicroLED TVs have been out for a few years nowbut Samsung surprised us with this new, living-room-friendly app for the technology.
According to the company, the 76-inch MicroLED CX will be able to deliver 20-bit black detail for excellent shadow reproduction, as well as a 240Hz variable refresh rate (VRR) and 2 nanosecond response time, both of which make it ideal for gaming. options. Samsung’s MicroLED TVs 76 inches and below will also be the first models not to require professional installation.
New QLED 8K
Samsung’s Neo QLED 8K TVs will be led by the QN900C series in 2023. The mini-LED drivers feature the company’s Quantum Matrix Technology Ultimate technology, with 14-bit processing capability and a peak brightness of up to 4,000 nits.
Other QN900C features include AI machine learning for optimized image and audio performance, and a new 8K Real Depth Enhancer Pro setting that increases the backlight local dimming zones to 1,000 from the 36 used in the company’s 2022 8K model. Samsung’s complete range of Neo QLED TVs will also feature a new Auto HDR Remaster feature that uses AI deep learning technology to apply high dynamic range effects on a scene-by-scene basis over standard dynamic range images.
New QLED 4K
The QN95C series will be Samsung’s flagship 4K TV in 2023. The TVs also feature 14-bit processing and innovative new dimming technology that brings “improved brightness and gamma control for accurate rendering of brightness and extreme detail across the entire screen,” according to the company.
Developed a new slim power strip for the QN95C series that eliminates the need for an external One Connect junction box similar to what was used last year QN95B television. The new board is also said to optimize efficiency while allowing the device’s bezels to shrink to sub-20mm thickness.
Audio has also been upgraded for Samsung’s flagship Neo QLED 4K TV, which will feature top-firing speakers that will deliver true Dolby Atmos height without the need for an external soundbar. Samsung’s flagship 4K and 8K Neo QLED TVs also feature Object Tracking Sound Pro for precise placement of sound effects on the TV screen, and if you’re using a Samsung soundbar, Q Symphony 3.0 will integrate the TV and soundbar speakers to enhance audio presentation.
The S95C series is the next-generation QD-OLED in Samsung’s TV lineup.These are said to improve on last year’s already impressive performance S95B By using a custom-designed Neural Quantum Processor 4K model, the processor delivers “unmatched brightness, vivid color mapping, and intelligent 4K upscaling with AI detail restoration,” according to the company.
With a specified response time of 0.1ms and a refresh rate of up to 144Hz, the S95C series is positioned as the first choice for gaming, and its cloud gaming features include support for Nvidia GeForce NOW (a world first, according to Samsung) in 4K TV Game Center with Microsoft Xbox, Utomik and Amazon Luna options.
The S95C series of OLED models will be available in 55-inch, 65-inch, and a new 77-inch screen size, and will have built-in support for 4.2.2 Dolby Atmos audio, with top-firing speakers for Atmos soundtracks.
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freestyle projector Samsung’s launch of the game at CES 2022 was a big hit for the company, and the new version it announced for CES 2023 is an upgrade that now includes the company’s Gaming Hub in its Tizen smart TV interface. Another notable upgrade is the new Freestyle edge blending technology. This allows two independent Freestyle projectors to combine and create an ultra-wide 21:9 aspect ratio display, with the image automatically keystone corrected.
Another new Samsung projector at CES 2023 is The Premiere 8K, the world’s first 8K ultra-short throw projector. This new model offers auto-keystone correction and auto-leveling for quick and easy setup, and a built-in Dolby Atmos audio system that can deliver images as large as 150 inches.
Samsung is giving its The Frame series of arts-friendly QLED TVs a major makeover for 2022, adding Enhanced anti-reflective screen, and a wider range of screen sizes. By 2023, the company will offer new metal frame and wood finish options, as well as an optional auto-rotating stand for displaying art and photos in both landscape and portrait modes.