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Samsung has unveiled a new category for its 2021 range of televisions — its new Neo QLED TVs.
The new range was unveiled at Samsung’s First Look 2021 event on 6 January, where the company also announced that its its TV business would be going green and reducing its carbon footprint.
Alongside the new technology, the Neo QLED line of TVs will also feature eco-packaging that can be upcyvled by users.
2021 Samsung TVs will also come with a new Solar Cell Remote — a remote control that can recharge using indoor light.
What to know about the new Samsung Neo QLED TVs
So what makes the new Neo QLEDs different?
The premium range will be available in 8K and 4K models. They are named after the Quantum Mini LED display technology and Neo Quantum Procesor included in the TVs.
Since it uses Mini LEDs, these LEDS are more densely packed, which Samsung says results in a better HDR experience.
Meanwhile, the processor aims to provide powerful upscaling to 4K and 8K resolution, even if you are watching content at a lower resolution.
However, some of its most notable exclusive features relate to its smart TV capabilities.
This includes a Smart Trainer feature that provides interactive workouts and tracks your posture.
Meanwhile, gaming features allow users to adjust their screen to an ultrawide game view and enable a game bar.
The TV also includes Google Duo compatibility, allowing users to hold video calls using a USB-connected camera.
The PC on TV feature allows users to connect other Samsung devices to their TV screen remotely, as well as connecting computers to your TV by logging into your Samsung account.
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