Whether you’re a cinephile or a gamer or just enjoy some quality time browsing the channels on your TV, it doesn’t matter because your screen experience is about to become much bigger and significantly better. Samsung, a common household name we’re all familiar is about to change the power dynamics of the television technology industry.

It has introduced its own version of a technology format that will overshadow the conventional LED/LCD TVs. Samsung has managed to take a leap of advancement by utilizing the quantum dot technology to bring its viewers an entirely different television experience and to land a spot right next to its rival, OLED. It promises a much better screen experience than LCD/LED TVs ever could.

Samsung managed to steal the show at the CES earlier this year with its latest innovation called, The Wall. A 146-inch MicroLED TV that will definitely take its sweet time to hit the market. Although in a recent event in New York, the company announced the release of a new line of QLED 4K TVs that will soon be commercially available.

We’ve all experienced how the excess or too less of light in a room can affect the black levels and picture quality due to poor angles in a typical LCD/LED screen. Samsung TVs have suffered from this drawback as well but this year, they’ve cracked the code to prevent this from happening. The new range of TVs will not be vulnerable to the contrasting black levels or off-angle issues. They will also maintain their colors, vibrancy and picture depth quality as well. In theory, they will be competing closely with OLED.

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Another significant improvement appears to be the clean-cut arrangement. No more cable clutter around the television set will be required. It also features an Ambient Mode. The TV, when turned off, won’t reflect back like an empty dark mirror. Instead, it will display its background. The solid color or wallpaper or pattern of the wall its hung against. This may seem slightly unnecessary but its smart and can affect the general room space illusion.

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