- Jul 26, 2021
Several months ago, at CES 2019 to be exact, Samsung introduced its new QLED 8K line that stood out for the inclusion of the Quantum processor with AI. Now the company has launched its QLED 8K TV in India.
One of the aspects that is worth noting is that the processor has the ability to automatically improve the content of the lower resolution, regardless of the source that comes. That is, the resolution is optimized to 8K quality with the help of Artificial Intelligence.
Among the new features in the QLED 8K television, winner of the CES 2019 Innovation Award, is the Quantum processor from the international manufacturer, automatically improving the content of the lower resolution and adapting it to the 8K format.
The Quantum processor of automatic learning of Samsung uses the technology of AI to analyze millions of images. It allows calibrating the sources of low resolution to optimize those images in the content of quality 8K, independently of the original format.
In this same line, the new televisions presented by Samsung incorporate the new app for Apple TV and Apple AirPlay 2. This adds to the integration in the Smart TV platform and plays content from the iPhone, Mac or iPad directly in its smart TV
In addition to Smart TV resources, the Ambient mode stands out, which allows the TV to adapt to your home and be part of your decoration. The TV will look like a beautiful glass frame, integrated into the wall or even with your own images. You will not have any cable disorders in your room: the One Invisible connection gathers all the cables and your TV is integrated into a neat design.
In addition to its processor with Artificial Intelligence, this line of screens includes Ultra Viewing Angle technology, which allows the backlight to pass to the screen evenly. That is, those who are enjoying their favorite content, will have no problem with appreciating the image even in very bright environments. On the other hand, the QLED 2019 screens have algorithms that distribute the lighting and the proportions of the black color to control the backlight.
Samsung launched the QLED 8K TV in four sizes – 65-inch, 75-inch, 82-inch, and 98-inch. The price of the 65-inch model unknown, but the 75-inch QLED 8K TV comes at Rs 10,99,900, while the 82-inch model is priced at Rs 16,99,900. Meanwhile, the 98-inch QLED 8K TV will cost Rs 59,99,900 and will only be available on a made to order basis.