Only about two to three years ago, 8K TVs were still something considered “unrealistic”, when 4K was too big, more than enough for the majority of consumers. However, the CES fair earlier this year marked the starting point for the 8K TV race in 2019, with not only big players like Samsung, Sony or LG, but many other manufacturers also started. create your own 8K TVs.
In other words, coming to CES 2020, the line “resolution 7680 × 4320 (8K)” in the specifications table of the TV was no longer enough to become a highlight between the competitors. other competitors. Samsung naturally understands this well, that it has to find a way to overcome its rivals with other features such as features or design, and that is why they bring to the CES 2020 fair the TV. QLED 8K Q950TS.
The most notable feature of this TV is that it owns a 99% screen-to-body ratio, with a bezel less than 2mm thick. With three sizes of Q950TS TV, 65, 75 and 85 inches, respectively, if it is not close, it is difficult to see the edge of the TV. Samsung calls this the “Infinity Screen” design and affirms that it will bring a great user experience.
The screen bezel is very thin, to the point that it is almost imperceptible when viewed at normal distances
Besides, this Q950TS is also only 14.9 mm thick, with a completely flat back, so when hanging this TV on the wall, we will feel like the part of the image displayed is like a part of more wall.
With such a thin bezel, the speakers of this TV are also arranged very differently, spread evenly on the four sides of the screen. This speaker system allows the Q950TS to create a very large sound space with four dimensions on the left and right. Unfortunately, CES’s relatively crowded and noisy space is not the right place for us to get an accurate experience of the sound quality this TV brings.
Besides, according to Samsung introduction, this TV is equipped with “Object Tracking System” technology, allowing this TV to emit sound corresponding to the position of objects in space. For example, when you see a car zooming across the TV screen, you will experience the same sound experience as when this car zooms across you in real life. All these factors make the viewer feel like they are immersed in the world inside the Q950TS.
At the same time, Samsung also equips the TV with a small microphone system to automatically monitor the quality of sound emitted in space, thereby automatically making adjustments to best suit the surroundings. .
And of course, commensurate with the title of Samsung’s most advanced QLK 8K TV, the image quality that the Q950TS brings is extremely excellent. A lot of CES attendees were impressed by the incredibly realistic picture colors this TV brings. According to Samsung’s introduction, the Q950TS can display 100% of the DCI-P3 color space and reaches a maximum brightness of up to 4000 nits.
In addition, this TV also possesses many other advanced features such as “Active Tone Mapping”, combined with HDR10 or HDR 10+ systems to bring viewers the images with contrast and color. impressive power. Besides, the “Adaptive Picture engine” helps optimize the image quality according to the lighting conditions in the room.
The Quantum Processor 8K processor inside the Q950TS TV also incorporates a new Deep Learning algorithm to help upgrade the image to 8K quality in a more quality way for non-8K native content.
At CES 2020, Samsung said the Q950TS will come in three sizes: 65, 75 and 85 inches, but the price and timing of the official launch of this TV has not been announced.