4K refers to TVs with 4x the pixel resolution of full HD, boasting a clearer, detailed view.* But unlike other brands, Samsung’s 4K TVs are actually 4K HDR TVs. Combining 4K with HDR gives you a greater distinction between the brightest and darkest shades.
Here’s a quick rundown of what you should be looking for in your 2018 4K TV.
There are 3 types of stunning Samsung 4K HDR TVs to choose from:
1. QLED TV for brilliant, authentic color
The next time a documentary airs you’ll mistake picture for reality. QLED TV’s 100% color volume on a 4K resolution screen gives you vibrant, incredibly lifelike hues. Combined with Q HDR Elite’s HDR10+, you’ll be immersed in extraordinarily vivid images for an enhanced view, all powered by the 4K Q Engine.
* Image simulated for illustrative purposes only. Available services may vary depending on region.
2. Premium UHD TV for crisp, cinematic scenes
Movie nights with your partner should feel premium. Premium UHD TV uncovers hidden details and overlooked moments with the fusion of HDR Elite’s powerful contrast with Ultra Slim Array and Dynamic Crystal Color.
So you can experience the intricacies of 4K resolution movies at any brightness.
3. 4K UHD TV for refined, optimized picture
With innovative, dazzling picture and smooth action, watching your favorite content in 4K UHD is nothing less than remarkable. And you can even enjoy low-resolution shows—like those reruns—in crystal clarity with 4K Upscaling.†
Whether you decide on a 4K UHD, premium UHD, or QLED TV, the phenomenal color, contrast, and detail of 4K will bring you a whole new TV-viewing experience.
Topics : Samsung QLED TV, 4K TV, What is 4K TV, 4K HDR, 4K resolution, 4K Q Engine, Samsung TV plus, 4K UHD TV, 4K Upscaling
- * 4K UHD resolution is defined as 3,840 x 2,160 pixels.
- † The resulting picture from 4K Upscaling may vary according to source content type and format.