TV QLED SAMSUNG QE43Q60R

The CES just started! This is an opportunity to take stock of Samsung’s new TV models, including a completely borderless model and a TV that is particularly suited to the most demanding smartphone users.

After unveiling its new Galaxy Note10 Lite, Galaxy A51 and A71 shortly before the opening of the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas, Samsung is leaving the field open to unveil all its latest TV news at the show.

Samsung’s star model for this year is of course its Q950TS, a TV with a design called Zero Bezel Infinity Design almost entirely devoid of borders, and long awaited by rumours. In fact, the Samsung TV is impressive with its 65-inch tile and its ultra-reduced thickness of only 15mm, especially since the back is completely flat, allowing it to be glued to the wall and thus enhance the immersive effect provided by this borderless tile. The LCD panel has been greatly improved thanks to the manufacturer’s QLED technology – even more impressive this year – and an 8K definition that can count on a brand new processor with better upscaling. The Samsung Q950TS is also equipped with a sound system with a function called OTS (for Object Tracking Sound Plus) that allows you to recognise the sound sources of videos and thus “follow” a visible movement on the screen.

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Credits: JDG

Another particularly attractive model unveiled by Samsung at the CES 2020 : The Sero. In Korean, this means vertical, like the ability of the TV to flip over to view horizontal content – just like the smartphone – without sticking huge black bars on the sides. The innovation should appeal to the milleniums, for whom the vertical format has become a new image standard, propelled by the smartphone and social media. In concrete terms, The Sero comes in the form of a 32-inch 4K TV mounted on a rack that is essential for the rotation of the machine. The screen connects directly to the smartphone, and will later adapt to the way you hold your mobile. So it’s more or less an external monitor dedicated to the smartphone with advanced functions. This product, revealed last April and already available in Korea as a concept, should thus leave its homeland to conquer the world.

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Credits: Samsung

In addition to these two original TVs, Samsung has also unveiled the new generation of its QLED consumer models. With its Q95T, Q90T, Q80T, Q70T and Q60T, Samsung is further improving the QLED recipe to prove that an alternative to LCD-based OLEDs is possible. These 4K televisions integrate a new Quantum Processor 4K chip of better quality, a more controlled black management, and above all new sound features, since they include the Ultimate Synergy Symphony and AI Sound. The first technology allows you to use the TV’s internal speakers even when connected to external speakers to magnify the sound, and the second allows you to adjust the TV’s audio settings in real time. There is also a first “affordable” 8K model with the Samsung Q800T.

For the future, however, Samsung is banking on the Micro LED, which the brand considers the best display technology since the announcement of its huge 146-inch The Wall at CES 2018. If the manufacturer had indeed unveiled a model equipped with this technology last year, Samsung is now banking on this technology of the future on a whole 4K range from 75 inches to 110 inches, and two impressive 8K models of 150 inches and 292 inches. More and more.

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TV QLED SAMSUNG QE43Q60R

TV QLED SAMSUNG QE43Q60R

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