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Samsung 4K QLED TVs is superior to OLED TVs





The Consumer electronics giant Samsung has launched its latest range of 4K QLED TVs in India. The line-up was first showcased at CES, earlier this year. The new series includes five models Q7, Q7F, Q8, Q8C and Q9 priced between Rs 3,14,900 to Rs 24,99,900. They are available in screen sizes ranging from 49-inch to 88-inch.

As per Samsung, the TVs offer improved performance while displaying DCI-P3 colour space accurately and are capable of reproducing 100% colour volume. This means that they can render all colours at any level of brightness.

The company also says that its new range of QLED TVs is superior to OLED TVs. The 'Q' in QLED here stands for Quantum Dot technology, which Samsung claims allows the TVs to offer deep blacks and rich details, regardless of how light or dark the scenes and surroundings are.

The Q-series TVs come with Samsung's new Invisible Connection and No-Gap Wall-mount features, ensuring a cleaner installation with no loose wires and cables.

In addition, the Smart Remote control lets users control connected devices. The company has also extended its Smart Hub interface to smartphones through 'Smart View' app, which now provides an overview of all available content on the app's home screen.