Samsung's 2018 QLED TV Range: Everything You Need To Know

Posted by Payton Wilmott On Friday, March 9, 2018 0 comments

Samsung has done it again, and pushed the advancement of conventional LED/LCD TVs through its own take on the format, QLED.  By the use of quantum dot technology Samsung has gain better performance out of LCD panels. Samsung has managed to create a highly competitive line of TVs, distinguishing itself from its competitors. Samsung’s 2017 flagship TV’s were the best LCD TV we’d seen at Technicational. So, just the thought of what Samsung has in store this year with their TV line up is certainly buzz worthy. At a global launch event in New York this week, Samsung unveiled its full line of 2018 QLED TVs, and, once again, we find ourselves extremely impressed. In fact, we think Samsung’s 2018 Q9F has what it takes to be the best TV of the year…. Cough, cough… beat LG.

What makes this year’s line of QLED TVs so special are some significant improvements to picture quality. The 2018 QLED TVs exhibit off-angle performance and black level performance which come dangerously close to OLED, while maintaining distinct advantages in the areas of luminance and color brightness. In short, they are the most impressive LED/LCD TVs we’ve ever seen, and while we do our best to show them off in our video below, you’ll need to see the 2018 QLED line in person to believe it yourself.

The QLED line includes the Q9F, Q8F, Q7F, Q7C (a curved variant) and the Q6F. The Q9F and Q8F offer full-array local dimming, while the balance of the QLED lineup use edge-lighting technology and are slightly thinner. The entire QLED TV lineup includes the aforementioned anti-reflective technology which increases off-angle picture performance and black level performance. All QLED TVs will support HDR10 and include processing to wring HDR-like performance from non-HDR sources.
The Q9F flagship is available in 75-inch and 65-inch screen sizes, while the Q8F has 55, 65, and 75-inch screen sizes. The Q7C has 55, and 65-inch models, while the Q7F has 55, 65, and 75-inch variants. The Q6 will start at 49-inches and go all the way up to astounding 82-inch model.

Pricing for the full range of Samsung’s 2018 QLED lineup has not yet been announced. So, keep in touched to see when these new QLED TV’s will hit the stores in Jamaica and what will be the customer response.


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