TV

Quantum dot display

Unlock up to one billion colour combinations and enjoy incredible brightness from quantum dot display. With 64 times more colours than Samsung UHD TV models, and 2.8 times more brightness, Samsung SUHD TV can reproduce images with stunning realism.1

Samsung curved TV creates the most realistic and accurate colour of beautiful landscape.
Samsung curved TV creates the most realistic and accurate colour of beautiful landscape.

HDR 1000

HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and it increases the range of luminance levels so that images display with the whitest whites and the blackest blacks. HDR screens let you see the extremes of light and dark in HDR movie content, without compromising on detail in either the deepest shadows or brightest highlights2. But not all HDR TVs are created equal. You want one that achieves high levels of brightness, and this is where HDR 1000 technology in SUHD TV really shines.

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Stunningly bright landscape and the superbly detailed rocks and flowers.
Stunningly bright landscape and the superbly detailed rocks and flowers.
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What is
HDR?

Watch the video to find out
how HDR works and why
HDR 1000 matters.

Quantum dot colour

With greater than a billion colour combinations, Quantum Dot Display helps reproduce images with stunning realism, for viewing experiences that are a cut above the ordinary.3 Combined with 10-bit panels on SUHD TV, Quantum Dot Display produces 64 times more colours than Samsung UHD TVs, with up to 2.8 times more peak brightness. With Quantum Dot Display on SUHD TV, you can be confident of excellent picture performance.

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Samsung 2015 TVs
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SUHD TV Quantum Dot Display
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What is
Quantum dot colour

Watch the video to see how Quantum dots

create such precise and pure colours.

Ultra Black

Designed for bright conditions in modern homes, the cone-shaped structures in the Ultra Black filter mimic the design of a moth's eye to help disperse and absorb light at the screen, enabling you to see beautiful images with reduced glare and reflections. With Ultra Black, you can watch clear, crisp TV pictures during daylight hours or night, in darkened rooms and bright.

A half of screen is conventional and half is an Ultra black screen.
Ultra black Screen
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Flat Screen
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Precision Black

Movies, TV shows, and games can be less engaging when dark scenes aren’t dark enough and the bright scenes lack intensity. Precision Black helps images appear more lifelike by dimming the parts of the screen that should be truly dark, and keeping light areas as bright as they should be. With this kind of improvement in the apparent contrast ratio, you can feel like you're the thick of the action.

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Remastering engine

TV and media technology changes so fast that viewers can be faced with video formats of varying specifications on a daily basis. And let’s face it – some formats are just not as high resolution as others. But that’s where the SUHD TV’s remastering engine steps in. It can automatically analyse and remaster low resolution content, improving quality to the highest level possible to take advantage of your SUHD TV’s capabilities, so you can enjoy images as close to what’s intended by the filmmaker.

A bad quality of screen is shown, yet to be cleared by remastering engine function.
A bad quality of screen is getting clearer by remastering engine function.
Remastering...
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  1. Samsung 2016 SUHD TVs with Quantum Dot Display produce 64 times the number of colours produced by, and 2.8 times more peak brightness than, Samsung 2016 UHD TV models.
  2. Only available on HDR content. HDR content to be available in Australia from May 2016.
  3. Samsung 2016 SUHD TVs with Quantum Dot Display produce 64 times the number of colours and 2.8 times more peak brightness than Samsung 2016 UHD TV models. Performance may vary depending on source content.