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Samsung announces 2022 TV lineup: Picture frame, MicroLED, and Neo QLED 8K upgraded version

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The release of large-scale TV products at CES is quite intensive, and Samsung has brought more at this year’s exhibition, including a new version of The Frame art picture frame TV, an upgrade of the modular MicroLED system, and Neo QLED models up to 8K. In addition to the TV itself, there are more important points such as AI-driven image processing and so on.

The Frame art frame television CES in 2022 brought a new picture frame TV model that can provide more realistic graphics. The QLED panel contains a matte anti-reflective coating to reduce the light scattering phenomenon shown by traditional glossy screens. The result is less reflection and a surface that looks more like paper or canvas. As for what amazing content can be provided on the display, Samsung has provided a new art store user experience that can make it easier for users to find new artwork content. As before, the Art Picture Frame TV has replaceable frames and “My Bookshelf” to better integrate the picture frame into the home environment, with sizes ranging from 32- to 85-inch screens. Samsung MicroLED 2022 If The Frame 2022 is to blend into the environment, then Samsung’s new MicroLED TV series can make people shine.

This is mainly because of its modular nature, and its panel system supports combinations up to 178 inches. If this is a bit too big for your space or budget, 2022 will bring a new 89-inch pre-configured MicroLED system, as well as 99 and 110-inch versions. Size is not the only change at CES in 2022. The new display still relies on 24.9 million micro LEDs, but now it also adds 10% wider color gamut support. In addition, there is support for Dolby Atmos and Samsung Object Tracking Sound Professional. Samsung Neo QLED 2022 Samsung’s Neo QLED series are mainstream models that are more friendly to buyers. 4K And 8K are two resolutions, and the latter is now the world’s first model to support 144Hz input supports Dolby Atmos, active voice amplifier, object tracking sound effects, and SpaceFit sound effects. Samsung TVs in 2022 will use the first-party Sound Bar speakers at the same time, without the need to turn off the former when the latter is active. The selected Sound Bar products will also have wireless Dolby Atmos support. Samsung also uses artificial intelligence more in image processing.

For example, the object depth enhancer can analyze the content on the screen and find out what is the foreground and what is the background. Then, it can perform different sharpening of the two subjects, and bring the result that Samsung claims is almost a 3D effect, and does not require special glasses. Artificial intelligence is also used for shape-adaptive lighting control, which analyzes the shape of the object and then adjusts the shape of the light to adapt. As a result, bright places look brighter and dark places look darker, but the clarity of shape whitening will not be lost. For 2022, Neo QLED has also been upgraded from 12-bit to 14-bit backlight, and its brightness control is also more precise. Samsung Games and SmartThings Another major interface change is around the game. The new Samsung Game Center will bring together physical and streaming gaming platforms.

For example, in a centralized place, any connected console and any on-demand service such as Stadia can be accessed. Samsung’s 2022 TVs now fully introduce 4K @ 144 Hz VRR support, and all four HDMI ports now support HDMI 2.1. There is also a new game bar, which can display individual settings related to the game, making it more straightforward to adjust the screen to suit personal tastes. Finally, there is a zoom mode that can be used to zoom in on more difficult-to-see graphics, such as maps and ultra-wide multi-views, which can simultaneously display content such as games and YouTube walkthroughs on the screen. Finally, Samsung’s 2022 TV is getting an integrated SmartThings hub. Supports Wi-Fi control of smart home devices and collaborative management through an optional Zigbee device. There is also a new, customizable home map that can more easily display the graphical interface of different controllable digital products around the house.


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