Samsung has fulfilled its promise by providing 8K QLED TV to IFA. The TV called Q900 or W900FN in the US and it will surprisingly start in October of this year.
For the US consumers, the Q900 will take it as an 85-inch screen, but another side the UK and around Europe will see 65, 75 and 85 –inch varieties in addition to the 85-inch giant.
All of the variants of Q900 TVs will be powered by Samsung’s new 8K Quantum Processor and also the feature of full Array Elite Local Dimming, what we just saw earlier this year for Samsung Q9FN with the equivalent number of dimming zones.
In this 8K resolution, Samsung TV also has artificial intelligence to create algorithms that recognize patterns, shapes, and objects and properly fill in the details.
As well as in this process Samsung employee will have a massive image database structure that will continuously update itself to recognize new objects.
In this database will its full of knowledge to particular Q900 TVs on daily basis, certifying each TV has the latest and brightest in gentrification tech.
Samsung made all kind of clear content would go through gentrification process, moreover, it’s truly interesting information for the gamers with 4K comforts like Xbox One X and PS4 Pro- systems that are the ability to do native and upscaled 4K replication.
Higher HDR feature for your Ultra UHD TV
The company didn’t publish every specification from their upcoming screen but it also gives us one secret piece of information regarding the screen’s take luminance- which is totally according to representatives, somewhere in 4,000 nits range.
In this edition of HDR10+ support will make the Q900, nowadays its one of the best HDR TVs on the market, although the screen can’t pretty hit the same black levels as LG’s recently release 8K OLED TV.
The feature of Samsung’s QLED TV Bixby and SmartThings consolidation, beside of that Ambient Mode and Samsung’s one invisible cable that carries power and video signal one Connect Box to the TV.
Samsung has announced a price for the TV, but the company says that will be published closer to the TV’s retail launch October in this year.
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