Samsung’s state-of-the-art TVs are lauded for their superior quality – millions of consumers globally continue to purchase Samsung TV models for their ultra-clear resolution, powerful sound and respectable price points. Innovation is at the heart of Samsung’s motivation for pushing the boundaries of tech, and its thinnest TV yet, the Neo QLED 8K TV, offers an industry leading 8K resolution, AI Upscaling feature and more. The latest Samsung television also ranges in size from 65”, 75”- and 85”-inches and delivers a powerfully immersive experience movie buffs, sports fans and gamers can obsess over, and all inside the comfort of their own home.
The Neo QLED 8K TV is incredibly slim in design, defined by the model’s infinity screen giving the illusion of an invisible frame. Users can catch every detail of their favorite TV show pixel by pixel or experience the groundbreaking CGI effects of their favorite movie, thanks to Samsung’s Quantum Matrix Technology Pro.
The stand-out feature provides flawless 8K resolution and brings out the dark blacks and white whites to the forefront for the ultimate picture quality. To feel the full power of 8K resolution, the Neo QLED 8K TV also features AI Upscaling. Scene by scene, the TV utilizes AI technology to learn and optimize what’s being viewed to produce a more detailed and realistic immersive viewing experience.
In addition to optimum picture quality and powerful technological features, the Neo QLED 8K TV is also equipped with Smart Hub. Smart Hub optimizes content curation specific for users and allows them access to all of their favorite shows and movies across multiple streaming platforms in one central location, perfect for less searching and more viewing. Samsung’s latest TV also provides an enhanced gaming experience through its Gaming Hub feature.
Like the Smart Hub for TV and movies, the Gaming Hub presents a simplified user interface that showcases the user’s own games and popular recommended games for purchase. It’s compatible with systems such as the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. Through the use of cloud gaming controllers, the gaming interface has the ability to have multiple gaming systems connected at once.