Korean manufacturer Samsung has gone on to announce its Neo QLED, micro-LED, and lifestyle TV display panels at the virtual CES 2021. The Neo QLED happens to be designed for upcoming 8K and 4K TVs from the company. The 88 inch, 99 inch and 110 inch MicroLED panels are designed and aimed for general consumers.

The Neo QLED panel is actually based on mini-LED backlighting technology which makes its way with smaller LEDs that have the ability to focus light on a smaller area. The panel is equipped with up to 40 times smaller LEDs in comparison to conventional LEDs with full-array of back-lighting. The process of adding more LEDs in a smaller area actually makes it possible for the display panel to go on and offer precise backlighting control, improved HDR, higher contrast, and also better brightness.

The Neo QLED panel is equipped with the Neo Quantum processor (image processor) for AI upscaling with 16 neural networks in order to upscale image quality to the native resolution panel. The Neo QLED panel is in fact built for the Korean manufacturer’s QN900A 8K and QN90A 4K models. The new TVs that feature with Neo QLED panels will go on and offer features which include super-slim bezels, 21:9 and 32:9 aspect ratios, a new audio system with object tracking, spatial optimization and more.

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TVs that make their way with MicroLED panels have only been aimed towards businesses due to the fact that they are very expensive. In 2021 though, Samsung will go on and launch standard TVs with MicroLED panels for consumers.

MicroLED panels make way with self-emitting LEDs for each and every panel and there is no backlight required either. It is indeed better than an OLED panel due to the fact that it goes on and offers accurate black levels as well as high brightness.


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