Samsung has unveiled its new range of televisions – the Q7, Q8, and Q9 – ahead of CES 2017.
Samsung adopted a new metal Quantum Dot material for the range, which it said makes it possible for the TVs to “express a significantly-improved range of colour”.
The TVs also provide greater detail compared to conventional units.
The TVs can display DCI-P3 colour space accurately and are capable of reproducing 100% colour volume, allowing the displays to express all colours at any level of brightness.
Even the subtlest differences are visible at the QLED TVs’ peak luminance – between 1,500 and 2,000 nits.
“With the QLED TV, we’ve solved problems that everyone – and every home – has experienced: cable clutter, thick wall mounts, and a slew of devices sitting right under the TV,” said Samsung senior VP Dave Das.
“With our 2017 lineup, the focus remains where it should be – the content on the screen, not everything surrounding it.”